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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1965

TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sugar Loaf Mountain: 20 miles
northeast of Traverse City. 30
acres of ski runs. 2 double chair
lifts. Snow-making equipment. In-
struction. E q u i p m e n t rental.
Lodge; cafeteria.
Timber Lee: 6 miles northwest
of Traverse City, south end of Lake
Leelanau. 4 ski slopes including
beginners.' Trails. Pomalift; rope
tows. Snow packers. Instruction.
Ski equipment and rental. Warm-
ing house with snack bar. Open
daily.
Hickory Hills: 1 mile west of
Traverse City. 10 ski runs. 7 tows.
* Night skiing. Instruction. Club-
house and snack bar.
Holiday: 3 miles east of Tra-
verse City. 14 slopes. T-bar lift; 8
tows. Night skiing. Snow machine
and packer instruction. Ski shop
and rental equipment. Chalet with
meals.
Mt. Mancelona: 1/2 mile north-
east of Mancelona on US-131. 18
ski runs and trails; 300-3,000 ft.
T-bar lift; pomalift; 5 tows. Tour-
nament hill. Dishpan hill. Jump
hill. Sleigh rides. Tobogganing. Ski
shop with rental equipment. Snow-
grooming equipment. Instruction.
Lounge, snack bar and bar.
Chimney Corners: 7 miles north
of Frankfort, via M-22 on Crystal
Lake. 3 slopes. 3 tows. Instruction.
Lighted. Toboggan and sledding
hills. Ice fishing. Lodging and
meals.
Bear Hills: At Bear Lake, 16
miles north of Manistee on US-21.
7 ski slopes. 2 tows. Separate hills
and tows for toboggans and sleds.
Cross-country trails. Skating for
youngsters. Sleigh rides. Night ski-
ing 2 nights weekly; special par-
ties, 20 persons or more, any night
by appointment. Instruction and
rental equipment. Warming shel-
ter with snack bar.
Crystal Mountain: 10 miles
south of Beulah on M-115. 12 ski
runs. Chair lift; pomalift; 5 tows.
Snow machine. Instruction and
rental equipment. Heated swim-
ming pool. Skating rink. Cocktail
lounge and dance floor. Lodge and
chalets accommodate 150.
Briar Hill: 3 miles east of Mes-
ick. 5 slopes, 200-2,000 ft. Slalom
slope. 2 ski jumps. Instruction and
rental equipment. Shelter house
with snack bar.
Caberfae: 16 miles west of Cad-
illac on M-55. 35 ski runs, 25-acre
slalom bowl. Downhill race course.
Intermediate bowl. 2 jumps. 6 T-
bar lifts; 16 tows. Snow machine.
Lighted. Instruction and rental
equipment. Shelter house, lounge
and restaurant.
McGuire's Winter Sports Area:
1 mile south of Cadillac on old
US-131. 1 slope. 1 tow. Toboggan
run. Lighted. Rental equipment.
Skating. Lounge, warming shelter
with snack bar. Lodging and meals.
Missaukee Mountain: 3 miles
north of Lake City on M-66. 8 ski
runs, 1,000-3,000 ft.; 6 trails. 3
tows. Rental equipment. Clubhouse
with snack bar.
Big M Ski Area: 16 miles east
of Manistee off M-55. 13 ski runs.
Double chair lift; T-bar; 11 tows.
Snow machine. Instruction and
rental equipment. Shelter house
with snack bar.
Ward Hills: 61/2 miles north of
Branch, between Ludington and
Baldwin. 8 ski runs. Lighted.
Trails. Rope tows. Instruction and

rental equipment. Warming house
with snack bar.
Newaygo Winter Sports Park: 3
miles north of Newaygo on M-37.
Ski slope; 2 toboggan runs. Rope
tows. Skating rink. Night skiing
and tobogganing. Rental equip-

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weeks by arrangement for groups. equipment. Lodge with snack bar.
Open weekends.

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Moon Ridge: 2 miles north of
Lakeview. 10 ski runs. Rope tows.
Trails. 'Lighted. Instruction. Ski
and rental shops. Lodge with snack
bar.
Brady's Hills: 45 miles northeast
of Grand Rapids, between Lake-
view and Amble, off M-46. 9 ski
runs. Electric rope tows. Snow
machine. Ski shop with rental
equipment. Instruction. Night ski-
ing Wed., Thurs. and Fri. Closed
Mon. and Tues. Shelter house with
snack bar.
Pando Ski Area: 12 miles north-
east of Grand Rapids, off M-44.
4 ski runs. Beginners' area. 3 tows.
Snow machine. Lodge with rental
shop. Instruction. Lighted. Snack
bar.
Brock Park: 2 miles west of
Ionia on M-21. Ski slopes. 2 tobog-
gan runs. Rope tow. Skating. Club-
house open Sundays; also Satur-
days and evenings by arrange-
ment.
Grand Haven Ski Bowl: At
Grand Haven. 5 slopes. Cross-
country trails. Night skiing. In-
struction. Skating. Warming shel-
ter with snack bar. Open week-
ends.
Indian Hills: On Preston Ave.
off Richmond St. in northwest
Grand Rapids. 3 beginners' to ex-
pert ski runs. Rope tows. 2 tobog-
gan runs. Special toboggans and
return conveyor furnished. Warm-
ing house with snack bar.
Hu-Lu Heights: %/2 mile west of
Hudsonville, just south of M-21. 2
ski runs, 6 toboggan runs, 1,600
ft. Rope tows. Toboggans furnish-
ed. Skating rink. Lighted. Warm-
ing house with snack bar.
Carousel Mountain: 4 miles west
of Holland. Ski slopes and trails.
Double chair lift; T-bar lift; J-bar
lift; rope tows. Snow machine.
Rental equipment. Lighted. In-
struction. Open daily. Dining room
and cafeteria.
Eskar Ski Hills: At Middleville.
5 slopes. 4 tows. Ski shop and
rental equipment. Snow machine.
Night skiing. Lodge with dining
area. Dancing.
Timber- Ridge: 13 miles north-
west of Kalamazoo, 3 miles west
of Alamo. 8 ski runs. 8 tows. Cha-
let with rental shop, snack bar.
Slope-grooming equipment. Light-
ed. Instruction.
Echo Valley: 8 miles northeast
of Kalamazoo, 12 miles west of
Battle Creek. 8 toboggan runs.
Rope tows. Toboggans furnished
free. Night tobogganing. Snow
machine. Skating. Shelter house
with snack bar.
Swiss Valley: 10 miles west of
Three Rivers on M-60. 10 slopes.
10 rope tows. Instruction and
rental equipment. Night skiing.
Lodge with cafeteria and snack
bar. Alpine lounge, bar. Open
daily.
EAST MICHIGAN
Sylvan Knob: 5 miles northeast
of Gaylord, off M-32 on Sparr
Road. 15 slopes. 3 pomalifts; 7
tows. Instruction and r e n t a 1
equipment. Ski shop. Lodging and
meals.
Otsego Ski Club: (Private;
members only) 1 mile east of Gay-
lord on M-32. 10 ski runs. Chair
lift; T-bar lift; 7 tows. Instruc-
tion. Complete resort facilities.
New Au Sable Lodge: 6 miles
south of Gaylord, off I-75 and US-
27. Several slopes and lifts; be-
ginners' slope. 2 pomalifts. Night
skiing. Shuttle sleigh. Lodging.
Dining room; cocktail lounge. En-
tertainment. American plan.

Snow Valley: 6 miles southeast
of Gaylord on west side of Otsego
Lake. 21 slopes. 9 rope tows; 2
pomalifts. Cross-country trail. In-
struction and rental equipment.
Ski shop. Heated swimming pool,
Lodge with meals, snacks, cock-
tail lounge; accommodations for
280. Dancing Fri. and Sat. nights.
Sheridan Valley: 7 miles north-
east of Lewiston; 7 miles south-
west of Atlanta. 8 slopes. 3 tows;
1 pomalift. Ski shop. Instruction
and rental equipment. Lodge with
restaurant. Open weekends and
during Christmas-New Year week.
Fonro Ski Resort: 20 miles
north of Milo; 11/2 miles east of
M-33, near Comins. 5 slopes. 3
tows. Instruction and rental
equipment. Lodging, dining room
and cocktail lounge.
Mt. Maria: At south end of
Hubbard Lake, 10 miles south of
Lincoln on Hubbard Lake Road.
5 slopes; 600-1,500 ft. 1 pomalift;
2 rope tows. Snow-making and
grooming equipment. Ski shop. In-
struction and rental equipment.
Night skiing. Lodge with snack
bar.
Mt. Frederick: At Frederic, west
of US-27 (I-75), between Grayling
and Gaylord. 15 slopes. 3 T-bar
lifts; 5 tows. Cross-country trails.
Ski shop. Instruction and rental
equipment. Night skiing. Lodge
with snack bar, cocktail lounge.
Milo Mountain: 1 mile west, %/
mile south of Milo on M-72. 11
runs, up to 1,500 ft. 4 tows. In-
struction and rental equipment.
Lodge with snack bar. Open week-
ends and during Christmas-New

Grayling Winter Sports Park:
212 miles southwest of Grayling,
off M-93. 15 slopes, 1,000-1,500 ft.
6 tows. 2 toboggan runs, 3,000 ft.
Instruction and rental equipment.
Open daily. Night skiing Thurs.
and Sat. Snacks.
Skyline: 6 miles south of Gray-
ling, east of US-27 (I-75) at junc-
tion of M-76. 9 slopes. Chair lift;
11 tows, 2 cross-country trails. In-

Silver Valley Winter Playground:-
8 miles northwest of Tawas on
Monument Road, in Huron Na-
tional Forest. 5 slopes. 3 tows. 2
toboggan runs. Tin pan and sad-
dle ski hill. Lighted skating rink.
Ski shop. Instruction and rental
equipment. Hayrides and cutter
rides. Lodge with snack bar. Area
open weekends.

struction and rental equipment. ! nowsnake Mountain: 9 miles
Lodge with snack bar and cafe- north of Clare, 5 miles south of
teria. Open daily. Night skiing Harrison, off I-75. 10 slopes. 5
Wed., Fri. and Sat. tows. Cross-country trails. Sleigh
bowl. Ski shop. Instruction and
Ogemaw IHills: 3 miles west of rental equipment. Lodge with res-
West Branch, north off M-55 and taurant. Open daily except Mon.;
M-76. 8 slopes. T-bar lifts; 5 tows. night skiing Wed., Fri. and Sat.
GGF FOR THE HOLIDAYS
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