Snow Line: (800) 582-7256
We've made snow overnight Saturday night and again on Sunday night into Monday. We're trying for a possible Monday re-opener but will post details by noon on Monday, November 29th. Stay tuned
When the Resort is open for ski & snowboard sessions, the office hours will extend & coincide with resort hours.
****No Price increase on our Unlimited Season Passes****
Purchase beginning: November 1st $546
Purchase beginning: December 1st $575
Easy ways to purchase your pass:
1. Call and purchase over the phone @248-634-8269 ext. 10
2. Fax or mail application. Information is on applications.
3. Stop by during posted times
We look forward to skiing and snowboarding you in the upcoming 2015-16 Season.
Mt Holly Gift Cards make GREAT GIFTS & may be purchased in any denomination. They are accepted at all cashier locations within Mt. Holly, the Ticket office, Cafe, Main Lounge and our Ski Shop. Purchase over the phone using a major credit card or stop by the ticket office during business hours. It's that Simple! 248-634-8269 x10
Nestled in Groveland Township near Holly, Michigan, there's no other ski area quite like Mt. Holly. Everything you need is right here with 7 chairlifts including Southeastern Michigan's only High-Speed detachable quad, 4 rope tows, and two SunKid Wonder Carpets.
Mt Holly has a complete Alpine and Snowboard equipment rental, expertly groomed trails, and world-class ski and snowboard instructors. Indoors... our spacious Bavarian lodge provides two cafeterias, a fireplace room, a lounge with two additional fireplaces, and a full service ski shop. Outdoors...kick back on our 4200 square foot heated paver patio and centered fire pit. On the slopes...ski or snowboard our 19 trails ranging from beginner to advanced in difficulty, and 3 Snowboard Parks with an assortment of terrain features. Mt. Holly offers something for everyone.
Come out to where the North begins at Mt Holly, 13536 Dixie Hwy., Holly, Michigan.
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