All Good Things Must Come To An End :(

Even though the weather still looks like winter, Mont Ripley will be closed for the season.  We have a very active off season that we need to get started on, first & foremost the rebuilding of the Husky lift.  We just finished one of our longest seasons ever, unfortunately the crowds thinned out making it economically difficult to stay open.

Stay tuned here throughout the summer to see how were progressing toward our next great season!

Lets do it again!

Since winter is sticking around were going to open again this weekend! Hours are Friday 1-9 and Saturday & Sunday 10-5. The hill’s in perfect shape and the weather looks good. Sunday will be the 108th day of the season and the last day of the season.

The Ripley Tune & Supply will be blowing out jackets, snow pants and gloves at 45-50% off, you’ll never see prices this low again!

The Snow Must Go On!

Due to the 16 feet of snow that’s fallen since the middle of January the slopes are in perfect shape!  We will extend our closing date of March 24th.  We will re-open on Friday & Saturday March 29th & 30th, but close on Easter Sunday.  We will try to re-open the weekend of April 5th, 6th, & 7th based on weather and attendance.

The annual Easter Egg Hunt & Slush Pit are this Saturday March 23rd.  The Egg Hunt starts at 10am & the Slush Pit is at 1pm.  $$Many Prizes$$

We Love Blizzards!

Not only do we love Blizzard T. Husky, but we love the “blizzard” weather!  Since there are no classes today and the boss is away, come to Mont Ripley early to play.  We are opening early, with the T-bar available starting at noon.  Dress warm and come to Mont Ripley to spend your afternoon and evening having fun.

Half season passes go on sale Friday Feb.8th

February has started with a bang, or should I say poof! snow conditions at Mont Ripley will be great! With the most natural snow in the Midwest and all of our man made snow, nobody could have better conditions.

Winter Carnival begins February 6th, with the torch light parade and fireworks on the 9th, SnoComp is also Saturday February 9th & we are up to 26 features in our terrain park.

Winter is Back and Several Inches of New Snow Have Fallen Today!

With about 80 inches of snow for the month, our groomers working on re-conditioning the snow and new snow on the way, snow conditions at Mont Ripley will be great! With the most natural snow in the Midwest and all of our man made snow, nobody could have better conditions.

Winter Carnival begins February 6th, with the torch light parade and fireworks on the 9th, SnoComp is also Saturday February 9th & we are up to 26 features in our terrain park.