Wisconsin's Largest Ski Resort Reporting 4 Inches Of New Snow

Granite Peak Ski Area in Wisconsin issued a snow report that there is 3-4" of new snow on their slopes.

The resort reports that on top of the already frozen snow, they picked up some "really nice, fluffy powder."

All the trails in the West were groomed well before the snow started coming down, ensuring smooth sailing for skiers of the resort. There is currently a base of 24-36 inches, now with powder on top.

Best of all, there is more snow on the way, the heaviest snowfall coming down Sunday. Flurries will dust things off Monday with up to 2 more inches.

Officials at Granite agree that these storms are "better late than never."

Granite Peak was established in 1937, making it one of the first ski areas in North America. As such, it is not only an interesting box on the North American resort checklist, but the resort is incentivizing people from other resorts to ski Granite Peak.

Officials announced that "if you are a season passholder from somewhere else - we'll give you 25% off by just showing your pass. We don't want you to miss out on the late season fun!"

Granite Peak Ski Area Stats/Info:

Vertical: 700 ft.

Skiable Terrain: 400 ac.

Average Snowfall: 60 in.

Lifts: 7

Trails: 68

Snowmaking: YES

Night Skiing: YES

Mega-Pass: Legendary

Stats courtesy of Granite Peak Ski Area.

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