The safety of our employees and guests is our top priority. Physical distancing is easy while on the slopes but in the chalet and in lift lines distancing will be required. Masks are required while indoors. We will be following the guidelines provided by the state of Michigan. Currently the chalet is allowed 50% capacity which is 250 people.
Fall Color Lift Rides are happening now!
Tickets are available the day of the ride at the Ski Chalet (NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED) , located on Hwy M-107 - watch for signs.
We ask that you please wear a mask and practice social distancing where applicable.
Ski The Porkies!
The Porkies is truly a family resort that provides a winter sports experience fitting every family member: first timers, aspiring intermediates, thrill seeking advanced athletes and park rats that want a taste of natural features. Snowboarders, alpine and telemark skiers can experience an unparalleled variety of terrain from well groomed runs to powder stashes. From green comfortable runs to thrilling black diamonds. From open runs to nicely shaped glades.
What's Happening at The Porkies
Snowburst Winter Carnival
Come out and enjoy the snow this winter with a fun filled day of activities. We are going to have a bounce house, races, cake walks and much more. And to end it all with a bang we have a fantastic fireworks show.
Porcupine Mountains Music Festival
3 Days of Great Music With Great People IN a Great Place! Held annually the weekend directly before Labor Day weekend. The Annual Porcupine Mountains Music Festival is presented by The Friends of the Porkies.
The 31st annual Midwest Telefest will be held February 11-13. We will be practicing proper social distancing and other Covid compliance to keep everyone safe. Telemark Demos will be held by Lake Superior Telemark Skiers. and Free Heel Life Saturday February 12th. Smelly Kneepad Race and Up hill down hill race on Saturday as well.
Discover The Porkies!
The Porcupine Mountains Ski area, also known as "The Porkies" is situated in the beautiful Porcupine Mountains State Park. The ski hill is just one of the many attractions of the areas and is operated independently of the State Park. When you aren't enjoying the amazing skiing and boarding at the Porkies Ski Areas, there are plenty of year-round outdoor activities available including camping, hiking, biking, waterfalls, backpacking, and more. Visit the links below to find out more about the Porcupine Mountains Area.