7 Reasons Why
Skiing began at the park in the 1930’s after the CCC cleared ski runs and constructed a historic ski chalet at the base.
Reduce Carbon Footprint
“A pristine environment is the foundation of a successful ski area. It’s also vitally important that we’re good stewards of the land so we can enjoy its beauty for generations,” Skinner said
Boost Local Economy
With its 3,500 season pass holders, Granite Peak needs to do more to attract the destination skiers—middle income families—that generate the most sales and economic impact. The expansion project is expected to grow skier visits from 110,000 annually to 200,000.
Inside one of the shacks, three buddies from Michigan drop fishing lines into the water. A loose group of a dozen whitefish laid on the ice and snow outside the door are the fruit of an early February day spent ice fishing.