Hit the Slopes at Grand Geneva Resort

Find endless fun in the snow at the Mountain Top at Grand Geneva Resort. For the 2021 winter sports season, it takes just three easy steps. First, buy your tickets for skiing, snowboarding and sledding online; redeem your online ticket when you arrive at the ski chalet’s outdoor window or indoors with a cashier; and then get ready to hit the slopes. No skis or snowboards — no worries! You can also rent equipment — you just need to so in advance.

Once on the slopes, you’ll find 20 runs, three chairlifts, two carpet lifts and a six-acre Terrain Park with dedicated lift. The Mountain Top makes its own powder with more than 20 snowmaking machines, and the 24-hour live ski cam lets you check conditions before you leave home. Grand Geneva offers a wide range of specials throughout the week, including a “locals special” on Monday with discounted lift ticket and rental prices plus special deals on food and beverages.


If learning to ski was one of your New Year’s resolutions, the professional ski instructors at The Mountain Top will help you build confidence and skills quickly. Beginner and intermediate adult lessons are available as well as classes for the little ones, including Snow Cubs for kids as young as three and Mountain Mites, a three-week class for kids ages 6-14. Schedule your lessons online and find the days and times that work best for you.


The Mountain Top partners with Burton Learn to Ride to make learning how to snowboard fun and easy for all ages. Children as young as 3-years-old can learn the basics of snowboarding by visiting The Mountain Top’s Riglet Park. With the aid of experienced instructors, young boarders are guided through a course to help them master the fundamentals of balance and stance on a snowboard.


Winter fun at Grand Geneva goes beyond skiing. The resort also offers ice skating and sledding as well as snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, so check out the great outdoors this winter at Grand Geneva.

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