The 2020/2021 ski and snowboard SEASON PASSES start at only $199.
Season Pass Holders will NOT be required to make an advance reservation to ski or ride on any given day. As a season pass holder, you will be able to ski every day that your pass is valid. If necessary, we may limit skier volume at our resort. Please note that any volume limitations put into place will not impact season pass holders.
All season passes purchased are non-refundable. If the ski area is unable to open at all due to COVID-19, all pass monies paid will be applied to the 2021/22 season. However, once we open and start operating, we will not be giving refunds in the event of a government mandated shut down. We are taking the risk and bearing the considerable expense of making the snow up front to prepare for the season. We understand that in order to take advantage of our best pricing options, you will also be taking the risk of purchasing a season pass in advance. If you are uncomfortable with this, we recommend waiting and purchasing daily lift tickets.
Please note that skiing and snowboarding is a healthy, outdoor activity with built-in social distancing, and that we plan to do everything possible to get open and stay open for the 2020/2021 season. There are many unknowns at this time, however, we do know that we will continue to focus on making and grooming quality snow to give you a first rate experience on some of best ski & snowboard terrain in the state.
SEASON PASS RECIPROCALS
All Caberfae season passholders (Midweek, Weekend & Peak) will received the following SEASON PASS RECIPROCALS at our neighboring resorts.
SEASON PASS PHOTO PROCESS
Please email pass photos to email@example.com when you purchase your pass. As long as we can see your face, we can resize, cut and crop as needed. We will also keep your photo on file for future years. All season passes that we have photos for will be mailed out by Mid-November.
Please visit our COVID-19 policy page so that you know what to expect this winter when you come out to ski or ride. This info will change when our local, state & regional laws change, so please continue to check back.
Our resort will look a bit different this ski & snowboard season due to COVID-19. Below is what you can expect when you come out to ski or snowboard this winter. Help us keep everyone healthy so that we can keep the lifts turning all winter long.
Updated 10/30/20 – COVID-19 policies are subject to change at any time as local, regional & state laws or resort policies change. The MDHHS issued a health order effective 10/29/20, which moves Region 6 back to Phase 4 of the MI Safe Start Plan and has additional restrictions on indoor gatherings. Our COVID Policies detailed below have been updated to reflect this new Health Order.
FACE COVERINGS WILL BE REQUIRED INDOORS AND THROUGHOUT THE BASE AREA
ON MOUNTAIN – LIFTS & LIFT LINES
Face coverings will be required to load the lifts and in all lift queues
Guests will be asked to self-group and load the chair with their traveling party
Lift attendants will not require guests to ride the chair with people they do not know
We recommend purchasing tickets, rentals & lessons in advance to guarantee availability
Ski area volume may be limited on certain days
Season Pass tickets will not require reservations & volume will not be limited for pass holders
Daily tickets purchased in advance will be refunded in the event of a government mandated shut down
For the health & safety of our guests, picnic lunches will not be allowed in the Blackmer Lodge during the 2020/2021 season due to COVID-19
We will have outdoor picnic tables throughout the resort for those packing picnic lunches or tailgating
The cafeteria will be operating at 50% capacity with fixed seating and offering reduced & simplified food options
Tables will be no larger than a 6 top
Lunches may be purchased online in advance for express service
Open 7 days a week to accommodate additional indoor spacing
Operating at 50% capacity with fixed seating
Picnic lunches will be allowed
Crock pots or buffet style meals will not be allowed
Cubbies will be installed for storage of picnic lunches, bags & gear
No saving or reserving tables & No alcohol may be brought in
Skis, boards & ski poles will not be allowed inside the Skyview Lodge
R DUB’S PUB & BEATIE’S BAR & GRILL
An outdoor deck has been added to R Dub’s Pub for open air seating and service
Both R Dub’s & Beatie’s will be operating at 50% capacity with fixed seating
There will be no tables larger than a 6 top
SNOWMAKING & GROOMING
Our commitment to snowmaking, grooming & delivering the best possible snow conditions on some of the best terrain in the state will continue throughout the season.
Season passes for the 2020/2021 ski and snowboard season are on sale. See our SEASON PASSES page. SHOP NOW
Also, visit our COVID-19 policy page so that you know what to expect this winter when you come out to ski or ride.
We have the snowmaking system all ready to go, and we are just waiting on the cold weather. Stay tuned to this page as we will keep you updated once we fire the guns up.
The fall color is at peak in some areas and getting to peak in a lot of areas. Now is a good time for an up-north fall color tour in the Cadillac area. Here are some photos from this afternoon (October 18, 2016).
<> Cadillac Area Fall Color – October 18, 2016 Photo Gallery (Click on photos for captions & slideshow view)
On October 9-10, 2015, Cadillac will celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the KISS Homecoming at Cadillac High School. The legendary rock band KISS visited the small town of Cadillac in 1975 to connect with their football team and perform a concert in the gym, a story that has become iconic in Rock and Roll history.
This year’s homecoming coincides with the 120th Anniversary of Cadillac Viking football, so special festivities are being planned. The weekend will include: The homecoming football game, KISS-themed additions to the homecoming parade, a re-creation of the concert in the gym (featuring the World’s Best KISS Tribute Band – Mr. Speed), the unveiling of a permanent KISS monument, walking tours of KISStorical markers at significant spots around town, promotions by local businesses, and much more.
Joy Vandrie, Director of the Cadillac Area Visitors Bureau, expects the weekend will have great appeal to KISS fans. “This event will garner world wide attention and not only attract many visitors to Cadillac for this unique weekend, but also establish Cadillac as a permanent KISS tourism destination.”
The KISS Cadillac Homecoming is a collaborative event with Cadillac Area Festival & Events, Cadillac Area Public Schools, the Cadillac Viking Athletic Boosters, and the Cadillac Band Boosters. All NET proceeds from the event will benefit the two booster clubs.
A committee of local citizens and many volunteers are working hard to make this event a success. Committee member Jim Neff, the person responsible for bringing KISS to Cadillac in 1975, adds: “We have the total backing of KISS and their management at McGhee Entertainment. The goal for everyone involved is to do something positive for the City of Cadillac and the students at Cadillac High School.”
A schedule of events, ticket information for the KISS tribute concert featuring Mr. Speed, sponsorship opportunities, and ways for KISS fans to donate to the monument fund will be announced soon.
KISS Cadillac Homecoming 40th Anniversary – Instagram Photos
Here are the latest photos of the KISS Cadillac Homecoming via Instagram (hashtag #kisscadillac). Do you have an instagram account? Tag your KISS Cadillac Homecoming instagram photos with #kisscadillac and they will appear here in our KISS Cadillac Homecoming Instagram Photo Stream.
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We are proud to announce the installation of highest chairlift in Northern Michigan! A brand new Doppelmayr, triple chair is currently being installed for the 2016/2017 season.
The new chairlift will have a top elevation of 1561′ and will provide an incredible 360 degree view of the surrounding Manistee National Forest.
The new fixed-grip triple chairlift will better serve the North Peak complex. The chair will unload at the top of North Peak 15 vertical feet higher than the North Peak Quad Chair. This will allow easy access to both the green runs on the back side (Smiling Irishmen, Easy Street, Shelter) and the more advanced runs on the front side (Canyon, Lift Line, No. 1, Cruiser).
The new chairlift will increase our uphill capacity, which will reduce lift lines at the bottom of North Peak.