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Cloudmont Ski & Golf Resort, Mentone

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  • Did not try the slope but many were having a great time. If you can't travel to Colorado or Gatlinburg you need to try this slope.  more »
  • My husband and I go to Cloudmont almost every year. To be honest we have not been in the winter to ski but we have been in the fall. It is absolutely breath taking and the best place ever to go and re...  more »
  • Had a great time learning how to ski!!! The workers there was very nice and helpful!!!! Can't wait to go back next winter!!!!  more »
  • We have been here to ski and to hike. We enjoyed both and plan to go back as soon as possible. The staff is very accommodating and the rooms are very clean.
  • Great experience! Cabins were well maintained, and the surrounding area is lovely. Minus one star because the actual rates are higher than what's posted on the website.
  • Great place for beginers. Don't expect a high end resort. we took the kids for a day trip and had lots of fun skiing.
  • Awesome family fun!
  • a long-ish, fairly narrow course. I enjoy it but find an awful lot of players taking a long time due to balls in the rough...especially problematic on weekends where it can take over 5 hours to play 18 if you're unlucky enough to be behind a group of weekend warriors playing from long tees and launching balls into the rough time after time. The front 9 and back 9 are very different. personally, i think the back 9 is a little harder with more blind shots. The course rewards straight shooters with a little extra benefit to long drivers