Granite Peak - Ski Area Guide
Granite Peak, United States
Granite Peak is the highest skiable mountain in Wisconsin with the second-highest vertical in the whole Midwest (700 feet). It was purchased in 2000 and has expanded very rapidly since. It was formerly known as Rib Mountain. The resort's runs range from the easy and meandering to the heart-stopping pitch of the slalom course. The area has spectacular views of the city lights while night skiing Monday through Saturday and a historic split stone chalet offers food and spirits around one of three blazing fireplaces.
Granite Peak Snow News
The next notable snow forecast for Granite Peak is 6cm, expected on 29 October, with around 32cm forecast over the next 7 days.
Who is Granite Peak good for?
Granite Peak Ski Area
The American Ski Resort of Granite Peak has direct access to 72 individual pistes, served by 7 ski lifts.
Skiing in Granite Peak
Granite Peak offers good sking, particularly, for Expert and Intermediate skiers.
Snowboarding in Granite Peak
Granite Peak offers some good boarding and there is a Snow Park in Granite Peak.
Granite Peak in brief
Granite Peak Ski Resort is:
Very good for Expert Skiers.
Very good for Intermediate Skiers.
Very good for Snowboarding.
Granite Peak Season Dates
We have no confirmed season dates for Granite Peak.
NOTE:- Opening subject to Snow Conditions in Granite Peak.
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Granite Peak Ski Lift Capacity
Ski Lift Capacity :- The 7 Ski Lifts of Granite Peak are able to uplift 11,500 skiers / snowboarders per hour.
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Granite Peak Snow Forecast
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Ask about Granite Peak
Ask about skiing and snowboarding in Granite Peak in our United States Ski Forum.
Skiing at Granite Peak
For more information contact Granite Peak Tourist Office.