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Crystal Mountain Opens the Slopes this Week
THOMPSONVILLE, MICH – The snow guns have been fired-up, Mother Nature has done her part, now it’s time to get the 2013/2014 ski and board season underway at Crystal Mountain!
With more than $4million in improvements since last winter, the mountain has never been better: more terrain, more snowmaking, and more glades all add up to more fun. And let’s not forget the brand new Buck Quad chair lift and renovated Crystal Café and Wild Tomato! It’s going to be a great winter at Crystal Mountain.
The mountain will be open this Thursday (11/28) noon-5pm and then Friday through Sunday (11/29-12/1) 10am-5pm. We’ll then close the slopes so we can get those snow guns blazing during the week before opening again on Friday, December 6.
For the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend (Nov. 28-Dec 1), lift tickets will cost $25 for skiers and riders 13 years old and up, $15 for 7-12 year olds, and free for those under 6 year old.
Established in 1956, Crystal Mountain is a family-owned, four-season resort that is nationally recognized for its skiing, golf, and award-winning spa. Located in northwest lower-Michigan, a short drive from Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, the resort features downhill and cross-country skiing, Michigan Legacy Art Park, 36 holes of championship golf, Michigan’s only alpine slide, an outdoor water playground, a variety of lodging and dining options, countless year-round activities and kids programs, an IACC-approved conference center, weddings, real estate and Crystal Spa.