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PAGE TEN'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1965

PAGE TEN TUE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1965

Ilich ian

Winter

Sports

Vacation

Fun

Guide

UPPER PENINSULA
Mont Ripley: Houghton-Han-
cock. Open slopes, 2,000 ft. 4 tows.
Instruction. Rental equipment and
repair. Snow-grooming equipment.
Night skiing, Wed. Snacks.
Porcupine Mountain: 17 miles
west of Ontonagon. 6 slopes, 2,800-
4,300 ft. Double T-bar lift; 4 tows.
1Y-mile cross-country run. Rental
ski equipment. Meals.

Mt. Zion: Ironwood. Four 1,200-
ft. slopes; 2 downhill and 2 slal-
om. 1 tow with breakoff. Tobog-
ganing. Ski equipment and to-
boggan rentals. Instruction. Open
Tues. and Thurs. nights and week-
ends. Snacks.

lifts; 2 double rope towns; T-
bar. Snow-grooming equipment.
Ski shop and rental equipment.
Chalet, restaurant, cafeteria, cock-
tail lounge. Dancing. Airport
transportation.

Indianhead Mountain: 9 miles
Big Powderhorn Mountain: 1 east of Ironwood, north of US-2
mile west, 2 miles north of Bes- between Bessemer and Wakefield.
semer on US-2. 14 slopes, longest 9 runs; 3 slopes, 3,000-5,000 ft.
1 mile; beginner, novice, interme- Triple chair lift; double chair lift;
diate and expert. 2 double chair 2 T-bars.; 2 tows. Snow machine.;

Ski shop, rental equipment and
instruction. Snacks, meals and
lodging on premises.
Mt. Joy: Within city limits of
Wakefield. 1,000-ft. slope with
tow; several beginners' slopes.:
Lighted. Warming house. Ice skat-
ing. Canteen.
Brule Mountain: 7 miles south-r
west of Iron River, between M-189
and M-73 along the Brule River.
6 slopes, 4,000 ft. T-bar lift; 4
tows; chair lift. Cross-country
trails. Snow machine. Rentalj
equipment and instruction. Chalet
with lunchroom.
Crystella Ski Hill: At Crystal
Falls, off US-2. Several slopes.

Cross-country course. Sled ride
and 1,000-ft. toboggan run. Night
2 tows. Junior jump. Night skiing
and skating. Tobogganing.
Pine Mountain: At Iron Moun-
tain. 10 slopes and trails. Half-
mile chair lift; 8 tows. Snow-
making and snow-grooming equip-
ment. World's highest artificial ski
jump. Instruction. Lunches and
meals in two restaurants. Lodging
for 50 at chalet.
Al Quaai Recreation Area: At
Ishpeming. 3 slopes; 450-1,000 ft.
3 tows. Junior jumping hills.
skiing. Instruction. Snacks. Na-
tional Ski Hall of Fame, National

Ski Museum and Suicide Hill Ski
jump located here.
Cliffs Ridge Ski Resort: Within
Marquette city limits on county
road 553. 6 slopes, 500-5,300 ft.
2 Tlbar lifts; 2 tows. Snow-mak-
ing and snow-grooming equip-
ment. Ski shop, school and ren-'
tal equipment. Chalet lounge.

est. 6 slopes. 2 tows. Cross-coun-
try trails. Tobogganing. Skating.
Chalet with snacks. Open week-
ends.
Big Valley: 1 mile south of New-
berry. Open slopes. 2 tows. Warm-
ing house.
Brice's Hill: 5 miles west of St.
Ignace on US-2. 1 slope. 1 tow.

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Gladstone Ski Park: 3 miles Shl-ter house.
northwest of Gladstone. Several
slopes. 4 tows; one especially for Iroquois Mountain Lodge: 26
children under 10. Night skiing. miles west of Sault Ste. Marie on
Snacks. Lake Shore Drive. 5 runs; 1,800-
3,000 ft. Beginners' and interme-
Thunder Bowl: 22 miles north- diate slopes. Cross-country trails.
west of Manistique, on Thunder Double chair lift; 2 tows. Equip-
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bars. Snow machines. Heated pool.
Rental equipment. Lodge accom-
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Nub's Nob: 5 miles northeast of
Harbor Springs on Pleasant View
Road. 10 slopes, 1,000-5,200 ft. 2
double chair lifts; 5 rope tows:
pomalift. Snow-making equipment.
Skis, equipment, rental and re-
pair. Ski fashion shop. Skating
rink. Trampoline. Sleigh rides.
Heated outdoor pool. Lodging. Din-
ing room; lounge.
Petoskey Winter Sports Park:
At Petoskey. 2 slopes. 1 tow. 2
skating rinks. Tobogganing. 2
bumper-jumper runs. Warming
house with snacks.
Avalanche: Boyne City. 14 runs
in two connected areas. 2 poma-
lifts: 4 tows. Beginners' area. Ski
shop with rental equipment. In-
struction. Lighted. Dining room
and bar.
Walloon Hills: 4'/_ miles east of
Walloon Lake, junction of US-
131 and M-75. 7 slopes, 2,300-2,-
700 ft. Several trails. Trbar lift;
pomalift; 3 tows. Instruction.
Clubhouse with cafeteria.
Boyne Mountain: Boyne Falls,
16 ski runs: 1.000-6,000 ft. 4-pas-
senger chair lift; 5 double chair
lifts; T-bar lift; J-bar lift; rope
tows. Snow machine. Instruction
and rental equipment. Automatic
waxing machines. Heated outdoor
swimming pool. Year-round skat-
ing rink. Lodging, meals, bars; ac-
commodations for 425.
Thunder Mountain: 5 miles
northeast of Boyne Falls. 10 runs,
1,600-3,000 ft. Beginner's area. T
bar lift: pomalift; 3 rope tows.
Instruction. Equipment rental and
repair. Clubhouse with dining fa-
cilities and bar.
Glacier Hills: 1 mile west of
Bellaire. 7 slopes; 3 trails, 6 tows.
Rental equipment. Warming house
and snack bar. Open weekends
and during Christmas holidays.
Shanty Creek Lodge: 2 miles
south of Bellaire off M-88. 13
slopes;atrails; 2 pomalifts; 2 dou-
ble chair lifts; J-bar lift; T-bar
lift; rope tows. Rental and equip-
ment shops. Slope warming houses.
Snow-making equipment. Instruc-
tion. Lodge accommodates 250.
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