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Midwest Ski Hotels and Accommodations

Boyne Falls, MI

The love of skiing is almost tangible at this quaint 60-run resort in Northern Michigan. Open for six decades, Boyne Mountain Resort is known as a hometown mountain. The Boyne Mountain lodging options range from slopeside accommodations to lakeside resorts along Little Traverse Bay. Stay in either classic brand name hotels or unique lodges, all within a half hour of the ski resort....Read more

Cadillac, MI

Located just west of Cadillac, Caberfae Peaks has some of Michigan's biggest vertical and longest runs. With the highest lift-served peaks in the state, the resort offers incredible views and unmatched terrain. If you are planning a ski vacation, choose to stay in one of several comfortable brand name hotels close to Caberfae Peaks. A short drive will take you from the town of Cadillac to the ski resort for a full day of fun. Then you can return to your hotel and explore the surrounding area, which is filled with restaurants, breweries, and even a KISS monument. Based on local knowledge, we've hand-picked a collection of the best hotels in the area at the best available rates....Read more

Thompsonville, MI

Named the #1 Resort in the Midwest by SKI Magazine, Crystal Mountain is northern Michigan's premier ski and snowboard resort destination. Ski and ride on 50 trails - including four terrain areas. Tour rolling terrain and wooded valleys on 30 kilometers of groomed cross-country skiing trails. Award-winning kids programs and a nationally certified ski and snowboard school can get you started or help you fine-tune your skills. A wide range of off-mountain adventures and activities ensure fun-filled days for everyone in the family. Don't forget to make time to relax and renew at Crystal Spa which is one of only six LEED-certified spas in the U.S. and the only such spa in the Midwest. While you're here you can dine in four onsite eateries and relax in some of the Midwest's finest accommodations. Experience all that northern Michigan has to offer at your mountain... Crystal Mountain. Please note this is Crystal Mountain in Michigan, not in Washington State....Read more

Lutsen, MN

Lutsen Mountains is a ski resort in northeastern Minnesota with 9 ski lifts, 90 trails, and 986 acres of land. With 4 peaks and 4 distinct ski areas, Lutsen has enough variety to satisfy anyone. 18% of the terrain is for beginners, 47% is for intermediates, and 10% is for advanced skiers and boarders. Lutsen Mountains offers grooming, a terrain park, slopeside dining and accommodations, equipment rental, spa, snowmaking, and others. For over 50 years, Lutsen Mountains have become the largest and premier ski area destination in the Midwest....Read more

Harbor Springs, MI

At Boyne Highlands, our winter visitors have access to 55 beautifully groomed and maintained downhill runs, and a wide variety of terrain parks suited to riders and skiers of every ability - all served by a network of lifts designed to make the most of each and every day. And when skiing and riding winds down, the fun continues. With tubing, snowshoeing and a host of other activities available, you'll find more than enough fun to chase away the winter blues. When your winter vacation plans include Boyne Highlands, you can look forward to the winter's finest, best-groomed snow. Skiers and riders of all abilities can find terrain to suit their taste, from sweet corduroy groomers and gnarly bumps to technical terrain park elements. And if you'd like to refine your skills, our SnowSports Academy is ready to provide the instruction you need. For days where skiing and riding aren't on the agenda, the outdoor activity options are nearly endless. Tubing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding and outdoor swimming in one of our many heated pools and hot tubs....Read more

Galena, IL

Chestnut is a ski resort located in northwestern Illinois with 9 ski lifts, 19 runs, and 47 acres. Chestnut Mountain Resort is a great area for intermediate skiers and riders, with 60% of the total terrain. Beginners and experts will get theirs, with 30% and 10% respectively. Snowboarders love the far side, with a halfpipe and other free-style elements. Chestnut offers night skiing, grooming, on the mountain dining, resort lodging, lessons, and equipment rental, among other amenities....Read more