HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Snowflake is very thankful for last year’s long season, and for the forecast winter to come. Special thanks to some folks, businesses, and organizations that keep us going: Jim Wood, Chief of Trails and my sidekick for any and all work; Randy Baumgardner, who keeps our driveway and parking lots plowed; Tischer Creek Duluth/Edison Schools

Last Week For Early Bird Pricing!

A reminder that “Early Bird” Discount Pricing for 2019/20 Season Passes will end on Saturday, November 30th! Take advantage of this juicy savings by getting your application and payment in the mail by Saturday: Envelopes postmarked by Saturday will be fine. Envelopes may also be dropped through the slot in the Camping Registration box, at

Snowflake 2019/20 Season News & Update!

2019/20 Season Passes  Snowflake Memberships/Season Passes for the 2019/20 season are now available for download, and will also be available at the Chalet beginning Saturday, Nov 9th. We have kept the prices the same, except for Regular Student pricing, which we reduced by $10, so that local college skiers won’t go hungry. “Early Bird” pricing

KidSki 2020!

Snowflake KidSki Program 2020! This marks the 25th year that Snowflake has hosted a KidSki program! KidSki 2020 will begin at 1:30 on Sunday, January 5th, 2020 and continue each Sunday through February 9th.  To celebrate this 25th anniversary, we have reduced tuition by $5 for members and non-members! Each class will begin at 2:00

Snowflake 2018/19 Season News & Update

First, the exciting, breaking news! Effective on Thursday, November 1st, Duluth Nordic Ski Club (DNSC) has entered into an agreement with Tischer Creek Duluth Building Company, the new property owner, which promises to preserve Snowflake Nordic Ski Center well into the future. Some background: Tischer Creek Duluth Building Company (Tischer Creek) is the entity that

Snowflake 2017/18 Season News & Update

This wet Spring and Summer have challenged our trail maintenance, but as Ski Season nears, 99% of our trails have been cleared, mowed, and widened, rocks have been removed, and the bridges over low-spots have been repaired or rebuilt. The remaining 1% will be cleaned and cut when the ground freezes. We will be ready