Posted on Wednesday November 24, 2021 by Vanessa Lenz

Ready to Shred? Hit the slopes at Alpine Valley Resort

Ski season is fast approaching and Alpine Valley Resort is ready for you to have an incredible experience on its slopes.

    Alpine Valley Resort, voted  number one for family resort and number one for snow making, offers an ideal chance to get outdoors with plenty of open space for guests to spread out.

    “We offer services that you would see out west but for half the price and locally,” said Elizabeth Firestone, Ski and Snowboard Director.

    “In specific to the ski hill aspect, we have three high-speed quads, snow carousal,  four triple chair lifts, two rope tow and five beginner magic carpets, which provide our customers less time in line and more time on the snow,” said Jamison Satchel, General Manager for Alpine.

    Alpine features over 100 skiable acres with 20 runs that range from beginner to expert with a vertical drop of 388 feet. The longest run is 3,000 feet. The hill also includes three terrain parks, which offer a variety of rails, boxes and snow features. 

    Updates on features are posted online.

 

LEARN TO SKI

    Alpine offers classes for beginners to well-seasoned skiers and riders.

    “If you are looking to get back on the slopes or brush up on your skills, classes with one of Alpine’s qualified and enthusiastic instructors are a great way to start the season,” Satchel said.

    “Instructors will help you learn a new sport and improve skills for all ages and levels to enjoy skiing and snowboarding.  Signing up is easy with online booking.”

 

    Students can get discounted rates by joining their school’s ski club.

       Alpine’s rental room offers rentals for children or adult boots, skis, snowboards, and helmets to start your new adventure.  (Alpine does not rent goggles, snow pants or gloves)

     Visit Alpine’s ski shop to check out the latest industry fashion. 

 

COME TO SKI, STAY TO EAT

      After hitting the slopes, visit Alpine’s indoor café for a slice of pizza, chicken tenders, fries and more.

    Warm up with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate at its new coffee shop. Visit its outside bar or grill on the weekends.

    If you are looking for a more elegant dining experience, visit Alpine’s fireside or dining room.  Valley View Lounge will feature musicians while you enjoy food and drinks throughout the season.

 

THE LOWDOWN          

    Alpine has options for all your skiing adventures half day or full day.

    Hours are Weekdays from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Weekends and holidays from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

    For more information, visit alpinevalleyresort.com.

    Alpine Valley is located at W2501 County Road D and can be reached at (262) 642-7374 and (800) 227-9395.

 



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