Tyrol Basin

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Tyrol Basin
Location Town of Vermont, Dane County, Wisconsin
Nearest city Mount Horeb, Wisconsin
Coordinates 43°02′34″N 89°46′40″W / 43.042647°N 89.77772°W / 43.042647; -89.77772
Vertical 260 ft
Top elevation 1,130 ft
Base elevation 870 ft
Skiable area 30 acres (120,000 m2)
Runs 16
Lift system 3 chairs, 2 ropes, 1 cable
Lift capacity 3 skiers/chair
Terrain parks 3
Snowmaking Yes
Night skiing Yes
Website www.tyrolbasin.com

Overview[edit]

Tyrol Basin is a ski and snowboard area located in the Town of Vermont, Dane County, near Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. It has both an equal mix of beginner and intermediate runs as well as a mix of advanced and expert runs. Tyrol Basin has 16 runs of average size for Midwest hills. The ski area attracts many skiers and snowboarders from nearby Madison, Wisconsin.[1][2]

At the base of the hill near the first chairlift, Tyrol has a small gift shop, rental building, and food lodge.

Skiing[edit]

Tyrol Basin has beginner green runs through a double black diamond, expert run.

The hill offers a ski school for both private and group lessons.

Tyrol also has NASTAR racing almost every weekend.

Snowboarding[edit]

Tyrol Basin has three terrain parks including a gentle park with smaller features that attracts beginner riders.

They host the United States Ski and Snowboard Association which holds several skiing and snowboarding competitions on weekends.

See also[edit]

List of ski areas and resorts in the United States

External links[edit]

References[edit]

Coordinates: 43°02′34″N 89°46′40″W / 43.042747°N 89.77772°W / 43.042747; -89.77772