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Downhill skiing is available at several ski areas and resorts, including Huff Hills, Bottineau Winter Park and Frost Fire Ski Resort.
Huff Hills, located 16 miles south of Bismarck/Mandan, is the largest resort in North Dakota. Families of all ages and skill levels enjoy skiing and snowboarding on the trails of Huff Hills.
Bottineau Winter Park, located just 10 minutes from Bottineau, is located in the Turtle Mountains of North Dakota. This part of North Dakota gets the most snow of anywhere else in the state, so that snow combined with the snow from Bottineau’s snow machines makes for a LOT of snow at this park!
Frost Fire Ski Area, located near Walhalla in the Pembina River Gorge, is what many consider to be one of the most beautiful areas of North Dakota. Slopes for all skill levels are available here, and lessons are available.
Cross-country skiing is another popular winter sport in North Dakota, with its many parks and nature areas located throughout the state. You may choose to create your own trail through the snow, or you can visit one of the pre-made trails. For information about available trails and conditions, you can contact the North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department at (701) 328-5357.
The activity of snowshoeing, though not as popular as downhill and cross-country skiing, is also a popular sport in the winter months. Snowshoeing can be done pretty much anywhere there is snow, but is much easier when done on groomed trails where the snow is more packed down than in other non-groomed areas. Cross-country skiing trails are great locations for you to try snowshoeing.
The State of North Dakota also has 1,800 miles of snowmobile trails that are groomed each winter. These trails take you exploring through the Turtle Mountains and Pembina Gorge, various river valleys, the Badlands, and the shores of Lake Sakakawea and Devils Lake. If you prefer to make your own path, there are also several hundred miles of less developed trails located throughout North Dakota as well. For more information about these trails, contact the North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department at (701) 328-5357.
Phone: (701) 663-6421
Bottineau Winter Park
Phone: (701) 263-4556
Frost Fire Ski Area
Phone: (701) 549-3600
Cross-country Skiing and Snowmobiling
North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department
1600 East Century Avenue, Suite 3
Bismarck, ND 58503
Phone: (701) 328-5357
North Dakota Tourism Department Frost line
For snow condition information: (800) 435-5663
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