Ski or snowboard into one of these ski resort restaurants and fill up with lamb chops, bison burgers and beef tenderloins before carving up the rest of the mountain.
Once you’ve pushed yourself to brave the lower temperatures, you’ll find that Chicago does have some fun winter activities to offer.
As most metro Detroit kids enjoyed a holiday break while the first big snowstorm of 2012 hit, lots of people got what they wanted: enough snow — and time — to go sledding or skiing.
It won’t be long until the Southeast Michigan ski hills are open. Snow or no snow — natural snow, that is — they can open. But, they’ve got their fingers crossed for colder temps than we had last winter.
Skiers and snow-boarders hunkering for some new equipment will be hitting Alpine Valley this weekend for the ski hill’s annual Ski Sale and Swap.
A popular ski hill in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is expected to be closed for the season.
With 50 degree weather days on the horizon, the last thing you’re probably thinking about is a skiing trip. But as WWJ’s Kathryn Larson found out, if you’ve always wanted the slopes to yourself, there’s no better time than now.
The powdery snow may not be much fun to drive on, but there’s a certain group of people who get butterflies in their stomaches every time the snow falls.
Winter’s a blast at your 13 Huron-Clinton Metroparks, with plenty to offer you over the holiday break.
Attention Southeast Michigan snow bunnies: the slopes at Boyne Mountain are open.