It's time to hit the slopes, because Hyland Ski & Snowboard Area is ready and waiting for your family!
Those winter sports loving family's will love exploring all the fun snow sports at this Minnesota snow experience. The terrain there is full of innovative and progressive features, which make for some of the best snowmaking and grooming in the Midwest!
Never skied before? Don't you worry, because from as young as age 3 you can start learning the basics, and getting comfortable on the slopes. (Here's a hint - it's more slippery than you might imagine!)
If you are comfortable on the slopes, then there are open routes available for you to practice with the family, and enjoy the runs on offer for all levels of ability. With 4 green routes, 3 blue routes and 2 black routes, there is plenty of options for you!
If you're the one in the family that always wants to try out new sports, then Hyland Ski & Snowboard Area has just what you need! There are a number of additional activities, from cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and even a lift serviced snow tubing hill which is perfect for kids over 5 years (and over 36")
Those beginners also have two beginner friendly terrain parks for training to help build confidence before hitting an actual run.
Summer rolling around and you're getting Hyland Ski & Snowboard Area withdrawal? Just as well they have summer activities too! From mountain biking, fishing, archery, disc golf, hiking and swimming, as well as adventure play areas, you won't be bored on your family day out (which might have to turn into a family weekend out!)
Time to hit the slopes!
All day tickets $31
All day tickets $28
Shorter day sessions offer discounts.
They are all about safety, so if there are any height or age restrictions on runs, take not because it's for your own safety!
There are several places to grab something to eat so don't worry - you won't go hungry!
Always check the snow reports before you go.
There are stores available where you can buy the latest ski equipment if you are a keen snow bunny!
Skiing is great fun for students, so just give them a call about bringing a group!
You do need to be physically mobile to hit the slopes, but give them a call to discuss any disability and they can give you advise.
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