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Snow CreekSnow Creek Resort, although still a younger resort, offers an expert terrain parkWhile being a fairly new resort with only 25 years under its belt, Snow Creek Resort in Missouri still manages to bring the best of the ski world to their establishment. With an unfortunate average snowfall of only 30” the resort must rely on snowmaking to provide riders with a decent base.

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Cascade Mtn ResortCascade Mtn Resort in Wisconsin has 4 terrain parksIf you look off from Interstate 90 in Portage, Wisconsin you will see a small ski area just waiting to be explored. Cascade Mountain is a popular ski area without the big-city crowds. Visitors enjoy its central location that is only a day trip from places like Chicago and Milwaukee. Nearby there is plenty of lodging that ranges from low budget to luxury.

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Snow Trails in OhioSnow Trails is Ohio's first ski resortSki Snow Trails

Way back in 1961 the first snow resort was built in Ohio. Today, Snow Trails Resort is known for its ability to be first in nearly everything it does. Whether its starting a snow resort, updating to the latest and greatest equipment or purchasing the first snow making machine, Snow Trails is surely second to none. The average snow season lasts 91 days on this 200 acre resort. Snow Trails is the perfect place to get away and ski for a day without feeling over crowded.

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sleigh-rides4aRanked as one of the most romantic resorts in North America, the Bluefin Bay Resort on the Lutsen Mountains in Minnesota offers visitors breathtaking inland seas, beautiful mountain backdrops, and unspoiled wilderness that is a home to vivid night skies. 

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pic_general2oChestnut MountainChestnut Mountain in Galena, Illinois is the Midwest’s premier ski resort. Chestnut Mountain’s 475-foot vertical drop runs 3,500 feet through 19 runs, ranging from novice to black diamond, with a state-of-the-art terrain park.

The outdoor mountain experience is just one of many at Chestnut Mountain. Around the area, visitors can enjoy rolling hills, fruit-filled farms, historic sites, and plentiful boutique shopping.  Don’t forget to stop at the close-by Diamond Jo Casino.

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