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jtack
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Feb 21,2016 Badger Mountain
« on: 03/04/16, 11:29 AM »

Sorry this is so dated, but wanted to give all of you an idea for a great little place to go.  I'm not sure they are still open, check their web site, but if you are in the area I highly recommend taking the effort to get up there and step back in time, it was really a blast. Be sure and have the Randy Burger, (not for the hart healthy). Where else can you go skiing and have a burger for $25.00 dollars!



Where's the ski area?




Ah Ha!








The old lift!


I had some of these!


The area is operated by an all volunteer workforce, they love their little ski hill, and you will feel like you are part of the family at the end of the day! 


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Re: Feb 21,2016 Badger Mountain
« Reply #1 on: 11/07/18, 11:53 AM »

Sorry this is so dated, but wanted to give all of you an idea for a great little place to go.  I'm not sure they are still open, check their web site, but if you are in the area I highly recommend taking the effort to get up there and step back in time, it was really a blast. Be sure and have the Randy Burger, (not for the hart healthy). Where else can you go skiing and have a burger for $25.00 dollars!



Where's the ski area?
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I’m only a half hour away! I think I’ll go hiking there today to check it out.



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Ah Ha!








The old lift!


I had some of these!


The area is operated by an all volunteer workforce, they love their little ski hill, and you will feel like you are part of the family at the end of the day! 



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Re: Feb 21,2016 Badger Mountain
« Reply #2 on: 11/08/18, 05:37 PM »

Looks like my kind of scene, love the low key areas...thanks for posting..just might make the drive!!!
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avajane
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Re: Feb 21,2016 Badger Mountain
« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 08:55:36 PM »

I’ll post pictures when it opens
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