It’s no secret that Marquette Mountain has some Superior views. Seriously, if you’re on the slopes facing east, you can see the lake from many of the lifts and peaks. And whether you prefer your terrain rugged and natural, or tamed and well-groomed, there are runs sure to suit your style.
Marquette Mountain throws events that cater to any kind of skier or boarder. If you check out their calendar, you’ll see what we mean. On any given week there’s bound to be something—whether it’s races, competitions, themed days, or just special rates—it’s worth scoping out what all the hype is about.
At most ski hills you retreat inside the lodge for hot cocoa breaks and a warm fireplace, but at Marquette Mountain you’ll find most riders post-up at Slope-side Saloon or Casualties Fireside to crack open a cold one around a roaring fire.
A cool part of ski/snowboard culture is the social community created around the sport, and at Marquette Mountain you can definitely sense it. Between the accommodating slope staff and outgoing locals, we promise you’re in good hands. And more times than not, when you take the singles-lift, you end up with a new friend by the time you’re to the top.
Whether it’s snow-making, grooming, or revamping runs, Marquette Mountain is fully-focused on keeping the park area super fun and fresh every season. Most recently they’ve renovated parts of the terrain park, adding tons of treats to up your tricks.
For more information and snow conditions, check out Marquette Mountain’s website.
Play outside this winter, plan your trip to Marquette County, Mi.