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Celebrating Holidays With Events, Activities In Midwest Ski Country

Big-Snow-Resort-New-Years-Eve-celebration-webpage Fireworks celebrate the New Year at Big Snow Resort.

Winter has returned across the upper Midwest and several resorts have plans to celebrate the season. A welcome return in lieu of last year's subdued celebrations.

Boyne Mountain and Boyne Highlands will be celebrating the sights and sounds of the holidays through January 2 with lots of planned activities, dinners, and New Year’s Eve dinners, live bands, and celebrations capped with fireworks over the ski slopes. For a complete schedule, you can visit Boyne Mountain and the Boyne Highlands.

Crystal Mountain will be hosting holiday celebrations through January 1. On the 24th ski with Santa. Planned activities will be taking place every day—fat bike tours, snowshoe tours, horse-drawn surrey rides—with dinners, live entertainment and New Year’s Eve celebrations.

Shanty Creek on Christmas Day ski and ride free with Santa on the Schuss Mountain slopes. Just bring a non-perishable food item or clothing to donate. New Year’s Eve celebrations will be taking place in all three villages and fireworks over Schuss at 10 p.m. And over the Summit slopes at 11 p.m. Reservations are recommended for celebrations.

Treetops is hosting both family and adults-only New Year's Eve parties that include a lobster and filet dinner. Fireworks over the slopes take place at midnight. An unusual activity that the family can partake in is dogsledding rides. It's the only Michigan snowsports resort that offers an opportunity to try dogsledding.

Big Snow Resorts, Michigan’s UP, has New Year’s Eve parties slated, torchlight parades, and fireworks over the slopes. Special events include family lift tickets for $50 and an individual lift ticket for $25 on Christmas Day and live music nightly throughout the holidays.

Granite Peak is hosting a New Year’s Eve party with a torchlight parade and fireworks over the mountain at 7 p.m. The historic Sundance Chalet will have live music, a special menu, a champagne toast and a balloon drop at midnight. The party is free, no cover charge, and kids are welcome at parents’ discretion.

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