We are CLOSED today Good news: we’ve obtained another snowmobile that will be grooming all day today so that we can open on Saturday. We are looking forward to an amazing weekend with you all, and so appreciate your patience.
11 February, 2021
Still CLOSED today; we’re awaiting the repair of our snowmobile to be able to groom the snow we’ve gotten over the last few days. We’re still planning to open for the weekend, so stay tuned for updates.
7 February, 2021-4:19pm
We plan to open for skiing tomorrow – Monday 8 February. Trails will not be re-groomed; skiers today said snow was pretty sticky due to the snowfall received today. An overnight freeze might make for some icy trails in the morning. The Township did plow and cinder the road, so it is all good now, and will be for tomorrow.
7 February 1:17pm
We are CLOSED for the remainder of Sunday 7 February. Road conditions on Highland are unsafe to travel.
20 December, 2020
Still closed until further notice
19 December, 2020
Hi all, We are CLOSED for the weekend; hoping to have our staff get out and trudge through the trails to pack the snow down a bit to help our snowmobile maneuver — the issue is that our snowmobile is too small/not powerful enough to handle this amount of snow. Stay tuned for an opening; we are hopeful that we … Read More
9 December, 2020
Dear skiers, We are incredibly grateful and excited that we are still able to be open this winter season for skiing and other fun winter activities! We are really looking forward to having you up at Crystal Lake to enjoy the outdoors, ski, have fun, and be active. We will be running modified operations due to state-mandated health … Read More
February 13 2020: 930am
We do not have enough snow to open this week. We will be closed until further notice.
February 8 2020: 1pm
Trails are in good condition. There are a couple of thin areas, but with the snow still falling there is full coverage.
February 8 2020: 9am
We are open today from 9am-5pm. For our upper trails that have more elevation conditions are pretty good. On our lower trails especially under trees, trails are a little thin, but there is coverage everywhere!