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Cascade Mountain, Portage

Categories: Ski Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web

W10441 Cascade Mountain. Rd.

Portage, WI, 53901



In Season Hours:

Mon - Thurs:

10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Fri - Sat:

9:00 am - 10:00 pm


9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Off Season Hours:

Mon - Thu:

8:00 am - 4:30 pm
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  • Reasonable prices for tubing down hillside. Warming house available inside near hill. Automatically pulls you up hill no walking up the hill. May purchase food and drinks or simply bring your own. Out...  read more »
  • I have been skiing here for years and it only gets better. During the week you can get plenty of mileage using the high speed quad. Weekends, avoid it and you will still have a great time. The ski sch...  read more »
  • From 6 to 70 years old - we all enjoyed skiing at Cascade. Kids ski free! (unless you rent equipment for them) We had problems with half an hour to 45 minute long lines in the afternoon. If you are a ...  read more »
  • Absolutely great place. The skiing lesson was fun, they provide you the helmet for safety. There is not a trail exclusively for lessons, and it is necessary to prevent accidents, the people with more experience doesn't really care if you are leaning and they will crash you. The other problems are the little snack bar and the poor signal of the wifi network, it doesn't ever connect. I recommend the all day pass, worth all penny!
  • It's a nice place, but I have turned around on numerous occasions due to the weekend crowd. I almost always go down the street to devil's head where the runs are better and the crowds are thinner, even if the resort is getting a little dated.
  • What I like best is the diversity of runs for people at all skill levels. There are a variety of runs so you're not stuck going down the same hill all day. The snow is usually pretty good but that depends on the weather too. The food is straight out of a high school cafeteria. The staff is typically friendly but what stands out to me is Ski Patrol. My girlfriend was injured last weekend and they were phenomenal. The instructors are pretty knowledgeable.
  • Zero stars is actually more than they deserve. Overcrowded hill, no ski patrol in sight makes for dangerous skiing conditions. I got hit by an out of control snow boarder and when I attempted to get a refund for my second day of skiing that I had already paid for, they refused. They pointed to the fine print on the ticket that said it was non refundable. They also said that since I had not gone into the ski patrol hut and instead had a patroller come to me (I was in no condition to move at that time) that I couldn't get a refund voucher. So here I am, concussion headache fully raging arguing with a manager who invited me to review them wherever I want. The takeaway? Cascade ski hill cares nothing for their customers well being or safety and only truly cares about making a buck. In addition, their food is terrible and the lines are insanely long. If you must come here, screw them out of every dollar and bring your own food. Have a nice day and go ski Granite Peak or any other hill.
  • Fun evening at Cascade Mountain. One of the best run resorts I have seen - clean, well staffed, good rental equipment and decent lift prices. A fun ride downhill and NO lines. Worth the $25 night ski lift ticket - compared to where I'm from at the $100+ tickets and long lines. Nice snow too.
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