Indianhead Mountain is known for the quantity and quality of its snow and skiable terrain. Their runs are some of the widest and longest slopes in the Midwest. Located in the Western Upper Peninsula, Indianhead is famous for more than 200 inches of annual snowfall, from one of the world’s largest snowmakers, Lake Superior.
 

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September savings continue for 7 more days! 
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ONE pass, TWO mountains and a season of BIG SNOW!

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5 days ago

Indianhead Mountain - Big Snow Resort

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Rae Ballinger...so cute!

6 days ago

Indianhead Mountain - Big Snow Resort

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1930s rustic cabin on water with a sauna.
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Its colortime!  Plan your lodging for your color tour today, visit http://www.bigsnow.com/lodging to book a room, condo or chalet for your stay!

6 days ago

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Looks like 3 inches of grass and still growing!

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