Giants Ridge is OPEN every day through April 2, weather dependent. 95% of our skiable terrain is open with spring-like conditions.
Purchase your 2017-18 season pass now & ski FREE now thru end of next season!
40K of the Nordic trails are open. Fat biking is not permitted at this time. Foot traffic & dogs not permitted on trails.
Stay overnight midweek & receive GIANT discounts on lodging, lift, rentals, food!
The tubing park is open Fridays 3-7 pm, Saturdays & Sundays, 10am-7pm.
At the New Chalet. Ask about our Friday & Sunday Booking Bonuses!
Now open in the new chalet every day at 11:00 a.m.
NEW! Starts Feb. 5. Giant Slalom: Feb. 5, 12. Slalom: Feb. 12, 26. Finals Mar. 19. Ages 10 & up.
Make your trip to Giants Ridge even better with these great lodging deals!
$18 lift ticket & $18 ski rental 4-8pm.. 50% off snow tubing 3-7pm. Select Fridays, see details.
Bring a non-perishable food item on Feb. 26, March 5, 12, 19 & ski for $12 & rent skis for $12, 4-8pm
Get your church group together for a night of skiing, boarding & tubing. $18pp
Bill Maxwell, Chris Herriges, Jud Hailey, Blue Teardrop, Joe Flipovich, Conge Se Menne, DIVAS!
Spring Carnival-March 18! Finnish Reggae, slush cup, rail jam, balloon creations for kids & more!
Book your wedding on a Friday May thru November & we'll waive room rental. Save up to $1,200!
Book your wedding on a Sunday May thru October & a Bloody Mary Bar is $2pp. Save up to $8pp!
3-Day camps. Skiers ages 7-15, boarders ages 8-15. Improve skills, explore the mountain, have FUN!
Sustainable catch-of-the-day & Walleye Dinner, Fridays thru March 10 at Burnt Onion
Every Saturday thru March 11 at Burnt Onion Kitchen & Brews
Groups of all sizes, small or large. Variety of meeting spaces. Full service catering.
Great gifts all year long! Use for snow sports, golf, apparel, food, equipment rentals, lodging
NOW OPEN! Open daily at 11 am for lunch & dinner in the new chalet!
Giants Ridge is a GREAT place to work and we are now hiring!
Giants Ridge was named by Golf Digest in the "Best Golf Resorts in the Midwest"