The ski hill is located a just few miles south of Marquette. Popular from the start, the ski area opened in 1957. It was originally known as Cliff’s Ridge but was changed to Marquette Mountain in 1982. It is host to alpine race events for numerous clubs, as well as their own race program. The hill has a summit elevation of 1357 ft and a vertical drop of 600 ft . It has three chairlifts and a rope tow, snow making, night skiing and receives an average of 210 inches snowfall annually, the grateful recipient of lake effect snow from nearby Lake Superior, prominently visible to the north and northeast.
With our recent snow accumulation over the last week- and with the snow guns running 24/7 the ski hill is in fantastic shape! If you haven’t bought a season pass yet ………..we have a deal for you!
We have a limited supply of season passes for only $350.00! This is a first come first serve so if you want an all access season pass, hurry on over!