Midwestern skiers don’t have to fly all the way to the Rockies to enjoy a first-class ski experience. Everything they could want in a ski resort can be found in south central Wisconsin. Devil’s Head Resort offers amenities ranging from inn rooms, suites, and deluxe condominium accommodations, to six choices in eating areas, to 300 acres of skiiable terrain—earning Devil’s Head’s status as the third largest in the Midwest.
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Along with Devil’s Head’s 300 skiiable acres, the resort boasts 500 feet of vertical elevation, populated with 28 ski trails ranging from green circle to black diamond in a 30/40/30 split. There are also 10 available lifts and plenty of snow machines to keep the white stuff flying even through the Midwest’s most unpredictable winter weather. A picturesque loop for cross-country skiers enjoys a high level of popularity, and the resort plans to attract snowboarders this season with a multi-featured ski/snowboard terrain park.
Skiers can choose between the Lodge/Inn, Suites, or Condo accommodations when planning their trip to Devil’s Head. The Lodge/Inn rooms feature standard hotel amenities, like double beds, TV’s, mini-refrigerators and coffeemakers. Suites are a step up, and offer room for extra guests, a double whirlpool tub, and 500 feet of square footage. Condominiums are available for those who really like to live it up, and feature a master bedroom and two guest rooms, a full bath and two half-baths, and a living room and game room equipped with fun extras, like 48” plasma TV’s.
Visitors to Devil’s Head have a wide range of options when it comes to eating well. Devil’s Head offers six different options in eateries (some available only during the winter) that include:
Cafeteria-style eating with homemade appeal, the Cliffhaus offers pizza, burgers and fries, soups, sandwiches, and a great view of the slopes.
Housed in the main lodge, Dante’s claim to fame is fresh grilled fare cooked “under the copper hood.”
Guests who like to take advantage of a good meal are welcome to make reservations at the Cornucopia. Pricier items, including gourmet selections, can be found here.
Homestyle cookin’ can be found at smokies, like rotisserie chicken, ribs, and corn-on-the cob, and a bar is available for skiers who need a warm-up of the alcohol variety.
Avalanche Bar and Grill
As the name would suggest, the Avalanche is a Devil’s Head guest’s best bet for a beer and a brat.
Outfitted with a fire pit to warm frozen toes, the Pit Stop is a good munchie stop, with hot and cold drinks, hot dogs, chips, candy, and other energy foods. Whatever skiers are looking for can be found at Devil’s Head Resort. Specials are available to fit a range of budgets, from $64.00 per night mid-week peak season rates, to the New Years Bash package that runs $450.00 per night with all kinds of fun extras. With immaculately-groomed trails and attractive features, Wisconsin’s Devil’s Head will likely be keeping many Midwestern skiers a little closer to home this year.
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