Skiing

Mount Holly Ski and Snowboard Resort Holly

Where is it at?

View on Google Maps

Mount Holly Ski and Snowboard Resort
13536 S. Dixie Highway
Holly
MI
48442
Tel: 248 634 8269

Where are we going today?

Mount Holly Ski and Snowboard Resort welcomes families and beginners and offers skiing and snowboarding with 9 green runs, another 12 blue and the rest into black diamond territory.

Plus 2 snowboard terrain training parks with a variety of equipment available.

The 7 chairlifts include 2 magic carpet versions which kids tend to adore!

Email attraction

How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFrom $27 off peak beginner hill only
  • ChildrenFrom $27 off peak beginner hill only
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Seasonal opening, daily between December and February.

Any Top Tips?

Bavarian lodge provides two cafeterias, a fireplace room, a lounge with two additional fireplaces, and a full service ski shop..

What people are saying?

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    It's a decent ski hill. The runs seem very short, especially compared to places up north. A bit of an apples and oranges thing, but it feels like you spend most of your time in line for the chairlift. Also I've gone there after major, sustained periods of snowfall and the runs are still completely iced over. You'll get a bit of powder and then punch through to the ice, which can make the steep runs in the back a bit tricky. Not sure if that's an issue with their method of grooming or I was just constantly unlucky. The lodge isn't really anything...Read More

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    The slopes are longest in SE Michigan and are well groomed. The seat capacity control at lift worked good (to make full 4 seats every lift) and very little wait at the lift line.

    However, I don't like the food (overpriced and tastes like army mess hall).

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    The 80s called and they want their ski resort back. Lifts are slow and at times scary. Lodge was probably great 20 years ago. Needs some money spent in the place. Had a decent time though. Well I fell on a bump in the snow and broke my wrist, but until then it was fun.

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    over priced. given Colorado mountains charge less and are way better. year pass shouldn't be over 200

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    I was very unpleased with the experiance I had on Sunday January 16th 2011. Before I start, I want to let everyone know I purchased an all area lift ticket at full price of 38 dollars. So I drove all the way out there to find out the terrain park was closed due to a competition. There was also another section of the hill that was closed down for a race. This made me pretty unhappy. So I called the ticket office from my phone on the hill. After an argument I was told that there were no refunds and I was hung up on. I was told in these exact words...Read More

Submit a review

by Figaro McFrogleg

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

It's a decent ski hill. The runs seem very short, especially compared to places up north. A bit of an apples and oranges thing, but it feels like you spend most of your time in line for the chairlift. Also I've gone there after major, sustained periods of snowfall and the runs are still completely iced over. You'll get a bit of powder and then punch through to the ice, which can make the steep runs in the back a bit tricky. Not sure if that's an issue with their method of grooming or I was just constantly unlucky. The lodge isn't really anything to write home about, the staff is often somewhat blase and not too helpful (with the exception of the rental people, they were great). There are usually huge lines on weekends, holidays, or after 3pm when the school kids show up - I love the little scooters but there's a billion of 'em - so plan accordingly. Also, once saw a stepladder sticking up out of the snow in the mogul area, so watch where you're headed. Feels a bit haphazardly maintained and the prices are a bit steep if you're looking for a season pass, but it's good for a quick ski without having to drive halfway across the state.

by Andrew Bilunes

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

I was very unpleased with the experiance I had on Sunday January 16th 2011. Before I start, I want to let everyone know I purchased an all area lift ticket at full price of 38 dollars. So I drove all the way out there to find out the terrain park was closed due to a competition. There was also another section of the hill that was closed down for a race. This made me pretty unhappy. So I called the ticket office from my phone on the hill. After an argument I was told that there were no refunds and I was hung up on. I was told in these exact words from an employee... "these people paid good money to be riding these sections of the hill." So i guess the full price all area lift ticket doesnt really mean ALL areas of the hill. Now some things I wish they would have done: 1. Have the ticket office warn me of this before I purchase a ticket. 2. During the intermission of the competition, open up this area for ppl that paid for an all area lift ticket so they can get what they paid for. 3. Offer me a limited area ticket at a reasonable price

Not found what you're looking for?

  • Longway Planetarium

    The Robert T. Longway Planetarium features 282 seats under an impressive 60-foot dome. The Longway Planetarium is Michigan’s largest planetarium. The Longway Planetarium provides opportunities

  • Sloan Museum

    Regional history, historic automobiles and hands-on science are major features of the Sloan Museum. Dramatic settings, video programs and hundreds of artifacts and photographs portray the area’s

  • Flint Childrens Museum

    A friendly, child oriented museum in Flint, packed with fascinating exhibits and hands-on learning experiences for kids from ages 2 to 10. Learn through play!

  • LEGOLAND Discovery Center Michigan

    Great indoor fun for the over 3s in Auburn Hills, with LEGO inspired play, including 4D theater, rides, and learning through creativity!

  • Tiny Treasures Indoor Play Cafe

    A fun a creative atmosphere and indoor play center that kids AND the parents can enjoy! With a wide variety of play areas, kids are sure to be entertained! We love indoor fun!