Cascade Mountain (ski area)

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Cascade Mountain
Location Portage, Wisconsin
Coordinates 43°30′14.14″N 89°31′4.86″W / 43.5039278°N 89.5180167°W / 43.5039278; -89.5180167Coordinates: 43°30′14.14″N 89°31′4.86″W / 43.5039278°N 89.5180167°W / 43.5039278; -89.5180167
Vertical 450 ft
Top elevation 1270 ft
Base elevation 820 ft
Skiable area 160 acres
Runs 44
Longest run 5,300 feet
Lift system 11 lifts, including 2 high speed quad Detachable chairlift, 2 quad chairs, 3 triple chairs, 2 double chairs, and two surface lifts.
Terrain parks Yes, 4
Snowmaking yes
Night skiing yes
Website http://www.cascademountain.com/

Cascade Mountain is located in Portage, Wisconsin. It has 44 trails, 4 terrain parks, and an 800-foot-long chute for snow tubing.

Location[edit]

Cascade Mountain is located on Interstate 90/94 between Madison, Wisconsin and Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. It is 30 minutes northwest of Madison and 15 to 20 minutes south of Wisconsin Dells.[1]

Trails[edit]

Cascade Mountain offers 44 trails varying from beginner, intermediate, to advanced. Open to both skiers and snowboarders the runs break down to 38% beginner runs, 24% intermediate runs, and 38% advanced runs.[2] "The longest trail at Cascade Mountain is called "Far Out", a beginner cruiser trail that takes you past old growth forests, waterfalls, rock formations and more scenic terrain. It is 5,300 feet long, or just over a mile."[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cascade Mountain". Cascade Mountain. Retrieved 2017-01-23. 
  2. ^ "Cascade Mountain". Cascade Mountain. Retrieved 2017-01-23. 
  3. ^ "Cascade Mountain". Cascade Mountain. Retrieved 2017-01-23. 

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