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Mulligan’s Hollow is a community treasure that provides recreational opportunity and instruction for thousands of local residents, along with tourists. Mulligan’s Hollow offers 8 trails, a terrain park with 5 surface lifts to get you there. The longest trail here runs up to 1300 ft. and the area tops out at 700 ft. in elevation. There is cross-country on site along with a ski school for beginners. Beginners will notice that this hill has a healthy balance that will both challenge those with more experience and increase the proficiency of those who are just starting. Night skiing is offered at Mulligan’s Hollow.

Days and Hours of Operation

SKI BOWL HOURS

Open Skiing and Snowboarding:
Thursday – Friday 4 pm – 8 pm

Saturday – Sunday 11 am – 6 pm

School Holidays & Snowdays* 11 am – 6 pm

Tuesday Evening – We will have Adult’s Night on Tuesdays from 6pm – 9pm starting January 8th for those skiers and boarders 18 yrs and older. Bring your skis or snowboard. Lessons will be available. The cost is $12/night.

*GHAPS Holidays and Snow Days only

Mulligan's Hollow Ski Bowl Snow Report

Mulligans Hollow Ski Bowl

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  • 48 hour:0"
  • lifts open:0
  • min base depth:0"
  • max base depth:0"
  • trails open:0
Full Report

Parks and Pipes

Terrain ParkNumber of ParksNumber of Features
0N/A
Half PipieHalf Pipe CommentsLast Cut
N/A N/A N/As
Night SkiingTubingNight TubingTubing Lanes
No No No 0

Mountain Stats

Top ElevationVertical DropTotal TrailsSkiable Acres
1300 ft/396 m
Base ElevationLift CapacitySkiable MilesNight Skiing Trails
0 0 6
GondolaSix PackQuads DetachableQuads Fixed
0 0 0 0
TriplesDoublesSurface LiftsOthers / Magic Carpet
0 0 5 0

% of Acres
% of Trails38

% of Acres
% of Trails38

% of Acres
% of Trails24

% of Acres
% of Trails
Rental EquipmentAvailableFor ChildrenFor Adults
Alpine No No No
SnowBoard No No No
Telemark No No No
SnowSkates No No No

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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