Loch Lomond's trails are draped off the top of an escarpment that overlooks Lake Superior. It's the nature of such topography that some trails here drop rather steeply at first (especially on the northern pod), and there isn't much flat until one approaches the base lodge. That's 750 feet of vertical, about evenly divided among ability levels. There are 14 runs altogether along with a half pipe.

Days and Hours of Operation

Mon. - Fri. 10:00am - 4:00 pm

Weekends and Holidays 9:30am - 4:00 pm

Nights 7:00 - 10:00 pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Breakdown of Trails

Lift Capacity

  • 1 Quad Lift
  • 2 Double Lifts
  • 4600 persons per hour
  • 2,720,000 vtfh (vertical transport feet/hour)

Ski Terrain - 14 Runs

  • 30% beginner
  • 35% Intermediate
  • 35% Advanced

Area Statistics

  • Elevation 1450 feet
  • Base 700 feet
  • Vertical Rise 750 feet
  • Longest Run 1.50 miles

About Us

The Midwest Ski Areas Association, Inc. (MSAA) is a non-profit trade association, which represents the interests of ski areas located in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.  The mission of the Midwest Ski Areas Association, Inc. is to represent the interests of the membership by providing resources that enhance the quality of service and product provided to the public, and to foster, stimulate and promote safety, education and growth in the industry.

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