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Trollhaugen in WisconsinTrollhaugen, located in Dresser, Wisconsin, offers just as much fun as your larger resorts. It may have only 90 acres of skiable terrain, but Trollhaugen also has NASTAR racing and night skiing. If you’re looking for a quaint resort with all the frills, head to Trollhaugen.

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christieWith just 14 skiable acres, Christie Mountain in Northwest Wisconsin is one of the smallest of the state’s roughly 30 ski resorts. Despite its diminutive status, Christie serves as the quintessential local ski stop – perfect for families seeking an affordable outing, novices seeking to hone their skill and those seeking to squeeze in a few runs without the hassle of long distance travel.

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paolipeaksThe Hoosier State is more likely to conjure images of basketball rather than skiing, but those Midwesterners passionate for the slopes can get their fix at Paoli Peaks in Western Indiana. Snowfall amounts are quite low in the region, just north of Hoosier National Forest, but 100% snowmaking allows for completely open trails during the winter months.

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sundownmtnHidden in the cornfields of Iowa is Sundown Mountain, the largest of the three ski resorts in the state with 55 acres of skiable terrain. Sundown is unique amongst Midwestern slopes as ancient glaciers avoided leveling the resort’s region in Iowa. Sundown’s highest lift is taller than all lifts in Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota up to Duluth, and all but 2 in Wisconsin.

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Ice Fall at Mt. BohemiaMt. Bohemia in Northern MichiganNorthern Michigan has been referred to as “Southern Canada” so it only makes sense to have a ski resort not far from the border. Mt. Bohemia is located on a peninsula of land on Lake Superior neighboring Thunder Bay, Canada across the water.

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