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Granite Peak, Wausau
(4.2/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
A mountain rising 700 feet, collecting more than its share of natural snow, and facing north to foster early snowfalls and excellent late season snow. Nature’s bounty is augmented by 500 snowguns, assuring plentiful snow from November through April.

A total of 74 runs are spread over the face of this 700 foot mountain. There are acres of wide-open beginner runs. Mile-long intermediate cruising runs. 4 mogul runs, six terrain parks with dozens of hits, jumps, rails and other terrain features. Super-steep expert chutes and tree skiing glades. Terrain for all abilities. You can ski for days and still be discovering new runs!

This incredible and diverse terrain is served by the most modern lift system in the Midwest including seven new chairlifts and the Midwest’s longest high speed chairlift.
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  • Lots of runs from green to double black, great lodge, plenty of night life in Wausau, hotels with indoor water parks and you have the perfect winter vacation spot. 
  • This place has transformed into a respectable Midwest ski destination. Way improved from my college days experience. With high speed lifts and a great terrain park, Granite Peak is our go to spot for ...  more »
  • Granite Peak Ski Area is a wonderful place to ski in the Midwest. Many runs and good lifts. When I ski alone I ask other lift riders about their experiences there. The only down side they tell me is t...  more »