What’s the easiest way to save money on a ski vacation? That’s easy; go during the midweek! Less crowds on the mountain, definitely less traffic to the mountain, and discounts on lodging at the ski area–you’ll shave off loads of cash here and there.
Take Devil’s Head Ski Resort in Wisconsin as an example. Listed as one of the top Midwestern ski resort, Devil’s Head offers skiing terrain for all ski levels and has snow-making ability on all of its 300 acres of terrain. You’ll like the area and the mountain because you can ski for a few days and still have plenty other things to do while you are there. Devil’s Head has made it easy for you to love it. It offers 80 percent of its terrain for night skiing, has an excellent ski school for the beginners, as well as a terrain park for free riders and adventure seekers. Off the mountain, you’ll be close to free snowshoe rentals for long nature hikes, fun downhill sledding, and many more options are available at the Devil’s Lake State Park just two miles away. Also close by are museums, waterparks, and even a local winery and casinos for the adults!
So for a great ski experience in the Midwest, consider an option that is not only low in cost all around, but one that get’s a lot lower during the week. Local riders and skiers love the Thursday night skiing for only $16, with no blackout dates! Lodging in the area will also decrease during the week; this includes lodging at the Devil’s Head Resort, which offers condos for up to eight people. Rates as low as $59 a night can be found during the week. The Midwest is a great place to learn to ski and has more to offer than most people realize. Don’t miss out on your chance to advance your skills this winter, and to do it for less than you might expect!