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Cascade Mountain Ski, Snowboard & Snow Tube

Cascade Mountain Ski, Snowboard & Snow Tube

Cascade Mountain Ski, Snowboard & Snow Tube

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W10441 Cascade Mountain RdPortage 53901
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(608) 742-5588
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November - March 15, 2015
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Overview
The best money-saving deals in winter sports are at Cascade Mountain. Kids 12 or younger ski free when accompanied by a paid adult. Cascade's slopes offer real skiing variety. Some of the 36 trails are challenging, while other trails are over a mile long and fun for everyone. Getting to the top of the mountain is quick and easy with ten lifts, including the high-speed Mountain Top Express. Cascade caters to the adventurous type with four terrain parks ranging from beginner to expert and everything in between. Check out the Snow Tube Park with five 800' long chutes! Located on Interstate 90/94 at Exit 106, just 15 minutes from the Dells.
 
Convention Overview
Skiing, Snowboarding, Snow Tubing. Cascade Mountain is the only resort in the nation where kids 12 & under ski free w/a paid adult.
Cascade Mountain Ski, Snowboard & Snow Tube Convention Amenities
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Sports Overview
The best money-saving deals in winter sports are at Cascade Mountain. Kids 12 or younger ski free when accompanied by a paid adult. Cascade's slopes offer real skiing variety. Some of the 36 trails are challenging, while other trails are over a mile long and fun for everyone. Getting to the top of the mountain is quick and easy with ten lifts, including the high-speed Mountain Top Express. Cascade caters to the adventurous type with four terrain parks ranging from beginner to expert and everything in between. Check out the Snow Tube Park with five 800' long chutes! Located on Interstate 90/94 at Exit 106, just 15 minutes from the Dells.
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Field Type:Runs
Capacity:<200
460 ft. vertical. 10 chair lifts, 28 runs with 18 lit at night. 14 green, 5 blue and 13 black diamonds. 3 terrain parks & 1 halfpipe. 4 tubing chutes.
 
 
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2009-11-17WHAT A WONGERFUL TIME WE HAD LAST YEAR. I AM UNABLE TO SKI DUE TO MY DEAD BONES. SO THIS WAS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ME TO GO TUBING WITH MY MOTHER. AND IT WAS SO NICE TO SEE ALL OF OUR COUSINS ENJOY THE TUBING TOGETHER. A SPECIAL MEMORY OF MINE WAS TO SEE RUSSEL WHOM IS BLIND BEING ABLE TO GO DOwN THE HILL AND EXPERINCE THE RIDE OF HIS LIFE…
-marcysuwanee,ga
2008-02-02good time
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Healthiest Workouts In Wisconsin Dells2010-05-11Visitors looking for a workout in Wisconsin Dells have a nice variety to choose from, thanks to Mother Nature and human creativity.Read More
Healthiest Workouts In Wisconsin Dells
2010-05-11

Wisconsin Dells HikingVisitors looking for a workout in the Dells have a nice variety to choose from, thanks to Mother Nature and human creativity.

  • Hiking - The Ice Age National Scenic Trail at Devil's Lake State Park is a must.
  • Canoeing - Both Mirror Lake State Park and Devil's Lake State Park are favorites for canoeing and kayaking.
  • Rock Climbing - Climbing enthusiasts will find plenty of challenges at Devil's Lake State Park.
  • Swimming - Lake Delton, Mirror Lake and the Wisconsin River are inviting places to cool off on a warm summer afternoo n.

 

 

 

  • Skiing - Cascade Mountain has 36 downhill ski trails offering lots of skiing variety and skill levels. If cross-country is more your style, you'll enjoy Mirror Lake State Park's or Devil's Lake State Park's groomed cross-country ski trails.
  • Riding all the Waterslides - You'd be amazed at the energy expended when chasing waves down a waterslide - and we've got 200+ at our Wisconsin Dells water parks to choose from!

 

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How Will You Wile Away The Winter In Wisconsin Dells?2010-11-03Whatever you do this winter, don’t stay cooped up at home. Embrace the frosty season. Celebrate the snowfalls. Ice those feelings of cabin fever. It’s Wisconsin Dells to the rescue.Read More
How Will You Wile Away The Winter In Wisconsin Dells?
2010-11-03

Wisconsin Dells Winter ActivitiesWhatever you do this winter, don’t stay cooped up at home.  Embrace the frosty season.  Celebrate the snowfalls.  Ice those feelings of cabin fever.  It’s the Dells to the rescue.

Admitting bias, we think there’s nothing quite as lovely as indoor Wisconsin Dells water parks in the dead of winter.  Picture this:  You and your family basking in 80 degree temperatures, perhaps at your own private poolside cabana, deciding which ride to do next - a water roller coaster, racing slides or perhaps an indoor surf machine.

 

 

Snowboarding Cascade MountainNo less remarkable is the job Mother Nature does in dumping enough fluffy flakes in the Dells to make downhill skiing and snow tubing an extremely fun option.  Just as Wisconsin Dells pioneered the indoor waterpark, area business owners have done a stellar job translating the water slide for winter outdoor enthusiasts.  At Cascade Mountain Ski, Snowboard & Snow Tube, they have five 800-foot long snow tube chutes along with 36 downhill trails (hint: take the high speed Mountain Top Express lift to pack in more fun per minute).

 

 

 

Wisconsin Dells HockeyIf you like to glide through the season, take advantage of open skate times Wednesdays and Sundays at the Poppy Waterman Ice Arena.  Outside rinks include the one at Bowman Park in Downtown Wisconsin Dells and on beautiful Lake Delton.

 

 

 

 

 

WI Dells Indoor Winter ActivitiesMany Wisconsin Dells attractions are open year-round, so peel off some time to bowl at Knuckleheads Bowling & Indoor Amusement Park or the Kalahari Indoor Theme Park at the Kalahari Waterpark Resort Convention Center, play a wizard quest-style full-size labyrinth game at MagiQuest or Wizard Quest in downtown Dells, explore at the Tommy Bartlett Exploratory – Interactive Science Center or go horseback riding through the snow at Red Ridge Ranch Riding Stable.

What’s that you say, you love winter more with every passing minute?  Good, very good.    

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The Snow Conditions Report is Live2010-12-06The white stuff is falling, the white stuff is falling! Yes, snow has arrived in Wisconsin Dells, just in time to make the holidays feel like, well, the holidays. And that means the snow conditions report is up and running.Read More
The Snow Conditions Report is Live
2010-12-06

snowboarding-cascade-mountain-dellsSnow Much to Do in Wisconsin Dells

Snowmobile, sled, skate, ski, tube, slide – you name it, we have it here. In the Dells, there are miles and miles of snowmobile trails criss-crossing the scenic countryside, so bring your sled. We also highly recommend Cascade Mountain Ski, Snowboard & Snow Tube for those who prefer barreling downhill. The community even has a charming outdoor ice rink at Bowman Park in Downtown Dells. Check here for a full list of indoor and outdoor snowy Wisconsin Dells attractions.

 

 

wisconsin-dells-winter-activitiesFor up-to-the-minute reports on state snow conditions, log on to www.TravelWisconsin.com and click the link at the top of the home page. We like how it’s neatly divided by downhill skiing, cross country skiing and snowmobiling.

Let it snow!

 

 

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Woo Hoo - It's Winter In Wisconsin Dells2011-01-03Schussing. It's such a fun word to say. Try it in a sentence like "I can't wait to spend our first morning in Wisconsin Dells schussing down the ski slopes and then I'll trade my snowsuit for a swim suit and splash the afternoon away at an indoor water park."Read More
Woo Hoo - It's Winter In Wisconsin Dells
2011-01-03

One Of The Best Winter Getaways Awaits You In Wisconsin Dells

Here in Wisconsin Dells, we know winter, we embrace winter, we love winter.  And so will you! That’s because our winter combines the best of both worlds – seasonal outdoor activities and indoor water park fun. Get giddy over all these winter activities for kids and grown-ups.

Winter Activities In Wisconsin Dells

Snow blow yourself out of your driveway and get to Wisconsin Dells, where you can reacquaint yourself with the recreational qualities of snow.  Like snowmobiling, sledding, skating, skiing, snow tubing – you name, we have it here. In Wisconsin Dells, there are miles and miles of snowmobile trails criss-crossing the scenic countryside, so bring your sled.  We also recommend Cascade Mountain Ski, Snowboard & Snow Tube for those who prefer barreling downhill. There are candlelight cross-country ski, hike and snowshoe events at Mirror Lake State Park.

When in Wisconsin Dells, expect things out of the ordinary, in a good way that is. Like zip lining in the winter. BigFoot Zipline, with six lines that take you above and through majestic red pine and white oak forests, is open year-round, for example.  And over at Vertical Illusions, an adventure outfitter known for its kayak and rock climbing tours in the summer, their experienced guides will take you on a climb of a frozen waterfall.  Talk about seeing the beauty of the area in a whole new light! They also have something called a snowshoe zip line tour, new for 2012.

The snow scenery from the vantage point of the Downtown Dells RiverWalk is awesome. The community even has a charming outdoor ice rink at Bowman Park in Downtown Dells. For something unexpected, how about riding horseback through the snow?  Red Ridge Ranch Riding Stable and Canyon Creek Riding Stables are accepting reservations. See our full list of Wisconsin Dells winter activities.

Winter Packages In Wisconsin Dells

Where else in the world can you have guaranteed 80+ degrees and pleasant humidity every day of the year besides Wisconsin Dells?  Nowhere, that’s where!  We have indoor water parks geared toward toddlers and others geared toward tweens and teens.  Many of the indoor water park resorts offer terrific winter packages too.

Winter Lodging In Wisconsin Dells

There’s nothing quite as nice as cozying up in front of a fireplace after a long day of skiing or waterslide riding.  Check out these cabins and winter lodging options in Wisconsin Dells for an authentic feel of the north woods.

There, the cure for cabin fever, ripe for the taking.

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Get Your Fill of Adventure2011-08-01Some vacation spots are defined by a single activity. You go to Mt. Rushmore to see the presidents. You go to Vegas to gamble. You go to Niagara Falls to honeymoon. Some might say you go to Wisconsin Dells to play in the waterparks and, to a very large degree, that would be true. But that’s not the only game in town.Read More
Get Your Fill of Adventure
2011-08-01

Get Your Fill of Adventure

If you like to hang out in a hammock on your vacation, this is not the itinerary for you. Now if you like to hang out at the waterpark or from a zip line, then start making a list of all the items on this adventure vacation checklist that you’d like to experience.

Let’s get right to the must-do and that’s ride and slide your way through a favorite waterpark or two. Outdoors, it would be impossible to choose between Noah’s Ark Waterpark and Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Parks, so make time for both. At Noah’s Ark, their new looping waterslide called Scorpion’s Tail is the largest in the world. At Mt. O (that’s what the locals call it), crash through the nine-foot waves of their Poseidon’s Rage surf pool.

There are a handful of indoor waterparks that make this itinerary, all housed at resorts that are nearly destinations unto themselves: Kalahari Waterpark Resort Convention Center, Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort, Chula Vista Resort and Great Wolf Lodge. Water roller coasters, wild funnel rides, racing slides, even a surf machine at the Kalahari rank high on the adrenaline-inducing chart.

Amusement parks come in the outdoor and indoor varieties too. Let’s start with outdoors. Timber Falls Adventure Park has two attractions that are noteworthy - their 70-degree banked and crazy-fast Hellcat roller coaster and their end-over-end Skyscraper ride that pulls four Gs at 60 mph 160 feet off the ground. At Mt. Olympus, all their roller coasters are a scream, but top prize goes to Hades, a wooden coaster made diabolically fun with a 65-degree drop, the world’s longest underground tunnel and speeds up to 70 mph.

Moving to indoor amusement parks, the Kalahari Indoor Theme Park is the featured spot. Check out their elevated go-kart track, rock climbing wall, ropes course and laser tag. If adventure is the ticket for your little ones, there’s Knuckleheads Bowling & Indoor Amusement Park.

Next up on your adventure itinerary - zip lines. The Wilderness Canyon Zipline Canopy Tours’ takes you over Lost Canyon and an expansive tree canopy. The other zip line, BigFoot ZipLine, has four water crossings.

Still high in the sky is the next recommendation and that’s parasailing. Lake Delton Water Sports has been hoisting riders 450 feet in the air for a sail around Lake Delton for a dozen years now. They have a second location at Castle Rock Lake in nearby Mauston. Holiday Shores Watersports Center flies riders up and down the Wisconsin River with the sandstone bluffs as the backdrop for their rainbow-colored sails.

Wisconsin Dells even offers some adventures in dining. At Marley’s - A Taste of the Caribbean, a hoppin’ spot in a new location, you can sample spicy jerk chicken and rum grouper. For an after-dinner drink, try Kahunaville Restaurant & Lounge, where bartenders juggle glasses and bottles as part of their drink mixology routine.

Lest you be left with the impression that adventure is only available in the summer months, think again. In the fall, there’s the haunted boat tour of the Wisconsin River. This after-dark excursion, hosted by Dells Boat Tours® includes a shore landing and a walk deep into Witch’s Gulch, perfect for Halloween-timed getaways. Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Parks has haunted nights at their amusement park too. For winter, what could be better than the cold-weather version of the waterslide - snow tubing. Hop on a tube and fly down a hill at Cascade Mountain Ski, Snowboard & Snow Tube.

 

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