Ride. Cast. Hike. Glide.
Christie Mountain, located in the Blue Hills near Bruce, offers some of the region's best winter thrills. It has 22 lighted downhill ski runs, including four black-diamond runs. It boasts a 350-foot vertical drop, and the longest run is 4,000 feet. There are ski rentals available, with 500 sets sized for all ages and 100 rental snowboards.
There's also a snowboarding terrain park and snow tubing, which requires no special skills but offers incredible thrills for people of all ages. To learn more, visit ChristieMountain.com or call 715-868-7800.
The scenery at Christie Mountain is spectacular, with lots of great views and beautiful rock outcroppings. Enjoy some fun on the slopes in one of the most beautiful places in the Midwest. To get to Christie Mountain from Bruce, head 9½ miles northwest on County Highway O. The ski hill is located a half mile west of the Blue Hills Trail System.
Christie Mountain also offers more than great downhill runs. In warmer months, it's a rock climbing destination. Adventurers of all ages can climb Christie Mountain's natural 30-foot rock wall, "the Crag." The wall offers a fun challenge for new and experienced climbers alike. There are four different climbs, each with a different level of difficulty and a bell to ring at the top. See how many bells you can ring!
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