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Cascade Mountain Ski Packages - Book Now to Enjoy Gliding Over the Snow!

August 2, 2017
Cascade Mountain Ski Packages - Book Now to Enjoy Gliding Over the Snow!

Skiing is one of the popular outdoor activities and thus, obviously, a part of several holiday excursions.  There is nothgin that compares to the adrenaline rush you will feel when gliding over the fresh snow.  It is not only a winter avtivity but also an extreme sport.  In addition, it offers you a great opportunity to bond with friends and family; together you can explore new terrain, challenge each other to take new routes, and explore hidden power fields.  If you are planning your next vacation, then do not put skiing off the list, and one place where you can enjoy skiing at its best is Wisconsin Dells.

 

Yes, you read it right!  Wisconsin Dells, which is populary known as the waterpark Capital of the world, is also known for offering a great skiing sit - Cascade Mountain.  Here is more information about Cascade Mountain.

What are Cascade Mountain statistics?

Base elevation is 820 feet.
Peak elevation is 1,280 feet.
Vertical drop is 460 feet.

Cascade Mountain is on 175 acres.
The average annual snowfall is between 50-56 inches of natural snow a year.
We have 100% snowmaking coverage of our trails.
There are 11 lifts including 2 high speed detachable quad chairs, 2 fixed quad chairs, 3 triple chairs, 2 double chairs, one tow rope, and one Magic Carpet.
There are 45 trails open to skiing and snowboarding that break down as follows: 38% beginner runs, 24% intermediate runs, and 38% advanced runs.

How long is the longest trail?

The longest trail at Cascade Mountain is called "Far Out", a beginner cruiser trail that takes you past old growth forests, waterfalls, rock formations and more scenic terrain. It is 5,300 feet long, or just over a mile. Adele's Alley, also a beginner trail, is about a mile long, also.

Do they have terrain parks?

Yes they do, with some of the most exciting and progressive features, rails and more in the Midwest.  Doc Park is the most popular park at Cascade Mountain, boasting upwards of 22 rails at any given time. They have also added a beginner/progression park on their Cottontail Trail that will feature all sorts of new features to learn and perfect your techniques before moving up to the larger stuff. The beginner/progression park will be lift serviced as well so you can save your energy for the jumps and rails (and falls). See their Terrain Parks page for more info.

 

Cascade Mountain has something for everyone.  If you don't know skiing or just want to have family fun with kids, then good news for you.  Cascade Mountain also, offers "Tubing" option.  Tons of fun at fraction of cost.  Inquire at our "Front Desk" to purchase "Tubing" tickets.  We offer package deal for "Day/Night" lift tickets (Package is for room stay and 2 lift tickets), and if you need more tickets, you can purchase as many you need at discounted price. 

 


So, book one of the Cascade mountain ski packages available on our website and get prepared to feel the thrill!