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Alpine Valley, White Lake

(3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a great place for people just learning to ski or snowboard and also for people who love to ski or snowboard. Also great food and drinks.  more »
  • Alpine Valley is a great place to ski---- near home. This year is not the best----- the team is trying hard to work with Mother Nature---but not working so well. The team there is great, always fresh/...  more »
  • For a ski area that is man made and not in the mountains, this is not a bad place to spend some time on short slopes. Of course it does not compare to those ski areas in natural mountain settings. If ...  more »
  • A bit expensive but for a whole day it's generally worth it (unless you plan to come all the time, then buy your own stuff). The food is ok, at least what we had and the facility is clean. During the winter it is very warm and cozy inside.
  • My second favorite snow sports complex...Mt. Holly is the only one that's got this place beat. But all in all a great time!
  • Compared to the rest of the hills in eastern Michigan - this resort is the place to go to. With that being said, this place is 100% not worth the prices they charge for lift tickets, NO MATTER what day it may be. Heck, Crystal Mountain and Boyne have similar prices and at least they have legitimate hills! I think Alpine Valley really needs to reconsider the difficulty levels they have put on the hills. Some of those black diamonds or most definitely blue squares (or even easier) and so on. With that also being said, the clientele that Alpine attracts also seem to think that they were all born Shaun White. Regardless, whether it is an easy black diamond or an easy blue square - I have never ever been to a ski resort where snowboarders and skiers that don't know how to stop think they can go down some of these runs. I know Alpine cannot do too much about what was just mentioned, but maybe they should have people giving hints on what you are and are not capable of. I understand that we all had to start somewhere, but I know when I first started I never ever touched a blue square (let alone a black diamond) until probably after 1.5 years of snowboarding (~2 seasons).
  • ... Family atmosphere.. Great Board Parks..
  • Probably the best local down state ski lodge.