Explore Wisconsin in November and you are bound to see white flakes falling from the sky. In fact, according to the National Weather Service trace amounts of snow have already been recorded in northern Wisconsin.
Thankfully, all it takes is a few falling flakes to set our minds adrift with thoughts of schussingdown the mountain on freshly waxed skis, traversing through a mogul field on a snowboard or snow tubing down the hill. Here in Wisconsin we don’t need wait for Mother Nature to deliver snow. All we need is a cold air and the snow-making machines do the rest.
Mother Nature has brought the cold air to Dresser, Wisconsin and Trollhaugen is now open for skiing and snowboarding. With a little bit of luck and cold weather, snow tubing will be available soon.
While there may not be snow on the ground yet where you live, if you’re into skiing snowboarding or tubing, Trollhaugen has to be on your “bucket list” to visit. Situated along the scenic St. Croix Valley and a stone’s throw away from the Mississippi River, Trollhaugen offers 22 groomed trails with a good mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced runs.
It’s snow fun now so pull out the skis, wax up the snowboard, put on the warm winter clothes, load the family in the car and head up there. A word to the wise – check out their website before you leave for a condition report. You know what they say about failing to plan.
To find out more about Trollhaugen you can visit their spotlight page with Explore Wisconsin: http://www.explorewisconsin.com/spotlight/trollhaugen or you can go to their web-site: www.trollhaugen.com