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Trollhaugen Ski Resort
Winter Recreation Area. Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding Cross Country Skiing and Snow Tubing. Family Fun For Everyone! The 6 Zip Line Park is the newest addition to the Trollhaugen Ski Area. Over 3,000 feet of zip line soaring up to over 40 feet off the ground. There is also a Dual Racing Zip that allows 2 riders to race down a 900 foot cable.
Hours of Operation
Ski Hill Hours: Sun-Thurs 9:30am-9pm, Fri & Sat 9:30am-10pm. Snow Tubing Hours: Fri 4pm-10pm, Sat 10am-8pm, Sun Noon-6pm.
North on 35W or 35E to Minnesota Road #97. Go East 13 miles to Minnesota #95. North 6 Miles to #243 EAST. Cross Bridge into Wisconsin(Aprox. 2 mi.) To Wisconsin Hwy #35 North. Travel to Dresser (approx. 3 mi) Then go E on County Road F about 3/4 mi. to Tr
Trail Length (miles)
Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
Number of Runs
- Tow Rope
Adventure Sports Activities
- Ziplining Tour
Downhill Ski Services
- Snack Bar
Tubing: Number of Chutes
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