Guide to Ohio’s ski resorts

CLEVELAND-- As temperatures drop and flurries fly, ski resorts across Ohio are getting ready for another season.

Looking for more winter fun? Check out our guide to the area's indoor and outdoor ice skating rinks.

Alpine Valley
10620 Mayfield Rd., Chesterland

This ski resort has seven trails and five lifts. All-day passes are $43 for adults, $38 for juniors and $10 for children. Equipment rental is $30 for adults and $25 for children. Alpine Valley has Polar Blast snow tubing. Pricing starts at $25 for three hours. Check the website for times and snow conditions.

(Via Alpine Valley on Facebook)

Boston Mills-Brandywine
7100 Riverview Rd., Peninsula

Between the two resorts, there are 18 trails and 16 lifts across 88 skiable acres. All-day passes are $43 for adults, $38 for juniors and $10 for children. Equipment rental is $30 for adults and $25 for children. There is also Polar Blast snow tubing with passes starting at $25. Hours  and snow report are available online.

 

Brandywine (FOX 8 file photo)

Mad River Mountain
1000 Snow Valley Rd., Zanesfield

Mad River Moutain says it's home to the most expansive skiable terrain and the largest snowmaking system in Ohio. All-day lift tickets are $35 for adults and $25 for children during the week. Prices are different on Fridays, Saturdays and Sunday. Equipment rental is $30 for all ages. Tubing is $25 for three hours. Know the hours and snow report before you go.

(Via on Mad River Mountain on Facebook)

Snow Trails
3100 Possum Run Rd., Mansfield

With a 2,000-foot run and 17 trails, Snow Trails is the first commercial ski resort in the state. All-day rates are $52 for adults and $42 for children. Adult equipment rental is $37. Two-hour tubing passes are $25. Check the snow conditions ahead of time.

(Photo courtesy: Snow Trails)