Ski North Dakota

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Ski North Dakota, USA

North Dakota is a place where you can find plenty of wide-open space, or scenic state parks.  Find yourself an authentic western experience in the land of rodeos, forts, pow-wows and dude ranches.  Do some fishing, canoeing, hunting or bird watching.  The state is known for legends such as George Custer, Sitting Bull, Roosevelt, Lewis and Clark and Sakakawea.  North Dakota is a wonderful place to experience the outdoors.  


Other North Dakota ski areas include Huff Hills and Fort Ransom. 


Ski Resorts in North Dakota, USA



Bear's Den Mountain

Bear’s Den offers night skiing, cross country, a terrain park for snowboarding.  290 foot vertical drop, 30 acres of skiable terrain, 3 lifts (1 double, 1 T-bar, 1 rope tow), 8 trails and a longest run of 2,000 feet.   Skier levels:  25% beginner, 50% intermediate, 25% advanced.  Rentals are available and there is lodging close by. 


Bottineau Winter Park

Bottineau Winter Park is a family-friendly area offering night skiing, boarding, tubing, a terrain park with half pipe and ski school.  The summit elevation is 2,080 feet with a vertical drop of 250 feet.  There are 40 skiable acres, 100% snowmaking available, 5 lifts (1 triple, 2 T-bars, 2 handle lift), 9 trails and a longest run of 1,200 feet.  Skier levels:  40% beginner, 40% intermediate, 20% advanced. 


Frost Fire

Located alongside the Pembina River and close to the Pembina River Gorge, Frost Fire offers a triple and double chair, 150 foot vertical drop, 100% snowmaking capability, Slopes for all levels of skier.  Terrain park and half pipe and a tubing area.  The nearby old town of Walhalla is the perfect place for some après ski fun.