While mother nature has been off to a slow start this winter, Marquette Mountain has been busy making sure there's snow to groom, ski and board this season. Today they announced that their opening day will be this Saturday, December 19th. Of course, in order to keep the community and visitors safe, they have put some new rules and restrictions in place. So here's what we can expect this season so far.

 

Step 1: Order your ticket & purchase your rental equipment online.

Step 2: Go to the will-call window located in front of their building. There you can pick up your ticket and/or rental slip.

Step 3: Pick up your rentals at the rental tent and/or boot up at your car and hit the lifts. All personal belongings should be stored away in your vehicle.

 

Face masks required. Maintain distance while waiting in line. Come together ride (the chairlift together) Come alone, ride alone.

 

HOLIDAY HOURS
12/19: 9am-4pm
12/20: 9am-4pm
12/24: 9am-4pm
12/25: 12pm-4pm
Tentative 12/26-12/27 hours: (subject to change based on snow conditions)
12/26: 9am-8:30pm
12/27: 9am-5pm

 

WHAT TO EXPECT

❄️ Indoors will be closed for now with the exception of retail & restrooms.

❄️ Hillside pick-up/takeout will be available to enjoy outside, in your vehicle, or at one of our picnic tables.

❄️ Remember to boot up in your vehicles.

⛰️ The Mountain will be opening with Rocket Chair and unloading at Midway. 

⛰️ Riders will cross Skulls Run over to NASTAR lane on Snowfield.

⛰️ Tyro will be open as well.

 

Check out Marquette Mountain's website for further updates.

 

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