There is so much to experience at Lutsen Mountains that we hope you are ready to have an amazing time! If you love the classics of skiing and snowboarding, then you will have plenty to choose from!
Lutsen Mountains has amazingly scenic terrain, which is perfect for all levels of ability. They have green runs for those beginners, as well as nearly 50% of the runs being blue for those with a little bit more skill. If you want something challenging, get out onto the black runs!
It's great for the younger kids or lesser experienced to witness those who head out on the black runs because they have something to aim towards!
If you want to try something different, and try something new - then check out all the other activities they have at Lutsen Mountain! Nordic Skiing is a popular option, as Cook County is home to the largest cross-country trail network in the entire North America - that's over 400km of trails!
Great for family adventure too, so check out the six major trails to decide what to attempt first!
Kids will love the sleigh rides, where you can take a trip through a canopy of snow covered trees with the horses pulling you through on a winter adventure. Grab a drink of hot chocolate and enjoy the one hour ride!
A true North Woods adventure lets you get taken out by a team of sled dogs and led through the back country trails. A thrilling and authentically Nordic experience where kids can learn all about raising dogs and understanding their individual personalities.
There's SNOW place like Lutsen Mountains...there's SNOW place like Lutsen Mountains!
Day pass $74. Tram rides $12.50
Day pass $59. Tram rides $8
5 years with a fee paying adult.
The resort are all about looking after your family, so if there are any restrictions and regulations, make sure you follow them to ensure you stay safe!
There are a number of eatery options available so you will find something perfect for you!
Always check the snow reports before you go.
They have equipment and apparel stores available for you to pick up all your skiing needs!
Ask them about group rates or bringing students to enjoy some skiing lessons!
Make sure you always have bottled water on or near you to keep you hydrated
You do need to be physically mobile to ski but call before you go to check out any activities your disability will allow you to join in.
They offer lessons for kids, as well as a snowbunnies play group for those over 3 years!