Little Switzerland (Wisconsin)

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Little Switzerland Ski Area
Little Switzerland in spring
Little Switzerland in spring
Location Slinger, Wisconsin
Vertical 200ft
Top elevation 1,269ft
Base elevation 1,069ft
Skiable area 50ac
Runs 18
Longest run 1800ft
Lift system 4 Doubles 2 Rope tows, 2 Handle tows
Terrain parks yes
Snowfall 45"
Snowmaking yes
Night skiing yes
Website http://littleswitz.com

Little Switzerland is a ski resort in Slinger, Wisconsin.[1]

History[edit]

Little Switzerland opened on December 7, 1941, with its last day of operation under its original owners on March 10, 2007. The area was completely remodeled in the summer of 2012 and reopened with new owners in the fall of 2012 as a year-round restaurant and winter ski area. Skiing and snowboarding resumed in the winter of 2012-2013.

Description[edit]

The ski hill has 18 runs, 4 chairlifts, 2 handle tows and 2 rope tows covering both sides of the hill. Three terrain parks and a chalet are at the bottom of the hill, along with a full service restaurant, bar, game room, snack bar and pro shop.

There are six runs, including a beginner terrain park, on the front side of the hill, and eleven runs on the back side.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Little Switzerland". www.littleswitz.com. Retrieved 2017-01-10. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 43°20′16″N 88°16′44″W / 43.33778°N 88.27889°W / 43.33778; -88.27889