Hit the Slopes at Mt. Holly Ski and Snowboard Resort

For the best in winter outdoor fun, look no further in Mt. Holly Ski and Snowboard Resort in Holly, MI. Located at 13536 Dixie Highway in Holly, Mt. Holly is a first-rate ski resort that features seven chairlifts, four rope tows, 19 trails for skiing or snowboarding, 3 snowboard parks, and much more.

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned skier or snowboarder, Mt. Holly has something for your skill level. Mt. Holly’s many trails range in difficulty, so even if you’re a beginner, you’ll have a place to start and room to grow. Don’t know how to ski or snowboard?  Mt. Holly offers private lessons for $55 each or a six-lesson package for $275. If you would like to learn to ski with a group of your friends or family members, group lessons are available for $22 per person. Private lessons are open to skiers of all ages and can be taken any day of the week from the time the resort opens until 7:00 PM. Group lessons are open to people over the age of 7. To find out when group lessons are available, call (248)634-3249.

When you’re ready to come in from the cold, you can warm up in Mt. Holly’s Bavarian lodge, complete with two cafeterias, ski shop, fireplace room, and an additional lounge with two more fireplaces. They also have a 4,200 square foot outdoor patio with heated pavers and firepit.

Prices for Mt. Holly depend on when you’re planning on attending. Day sessions on weekdays (Monday-Friday 10:00 AM-5:30 PM) are $34 for a lift ticket and $27 if you just want admission to the beginner hill. Weekend and holiday day session rates are $42 for a lift ticket and $33 for admission to the beginner hill. For evening ski sessions from 5:30-10:00 PM Sunday through Thursday, a lift ticket is $34 and the beginner hill is $27. Evening ski sessions on Fridays, Saturdays, and holidays (3:00 PM-11:00 PM), the lift ticket is $42 and the beginner hill is $33. Want to spend a whole day on the slopes? An all day pass on Mondays-Thursdays is $47 and $55 on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Kids 6 and under get half off the price of a lift ticket and ski rental. Seniors 65 and over and people who have a Military ID receive $5 off the price of a lift ticket. Check the Mt. Holly website for more information about special ticket rates.

Don’t own your own ski equipment? No problem! Skis and snowboards are available to rent for $27 and helmets can be rented for $10.

Mt. Holly may change their hours of operation if the weather forecast is questionable. If you’re planning to spend some time there, consult their website or Facebook page before leaving to see if there have been any changes in their hours or what services they have available.

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