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Mt Holiday

Traverse City

Mt. Holiday was formed in 1949 when a group of local businessmen obtained permission to construct a ski run on state owned land.  The area was created using volunteers, prison labor, services and donations.  In 1985, the area was purchased by Warren Brosch and his wife Sue.  The Brosch’s added...Read more

Mountain Statistics

STATS

elevation and vertical drop of ski resort
Number of Trails: 13
Terrain Park: Yes
Night Skiing: Yes
Tubing Center: Yes

MOUNTAINS BY STATE

LIFTS

  • 6 total:
  • 0 Gondolas/Trams
  • 0 Hi-Speed Quad/Other
  • 0 Regular Quad
  • 0 Triple
  • 2 Double
  • 4 Surface

TRAIL MAP

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Mt. Holiday was formed in 1949 when a group of local businessmen obtained permission to construct a ski run on state owned land.  The area was created using volunteers, prison labor, services and donations.  In 1985, the area was purchased by Warren Brosch and his wife Sue.  The Brosch’s added two chairlifts, a tube run and a terrain park.  After Warren’s death in 1999, Sue Brosch placed the area up for sale.  In response to the concern that the area would be sold and developed, a volunteer group formed Mt. Holiday, Inc., a nonprofit corporation to purchase the area.  The group set a goal to raise $1.5 million to acquire the area, refurbish it and open to the public.  The mission of Mt. Holiday is to provide four seasons of outdoor recreation, build strong minds and bodies in a safe, clean and healthy environment for people of all ages, with a continuing focus on disadvantaged youth

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