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Southeastern Wisconsin’s premiere skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing resort! Wilmot Mountain opened in 1938. The Wilmot Mountain Snow Tubing Area is located just south of the ski and snowboard entrance, at the intersection of County Hwy CK and Hwy W. Wilmot Mountain Snow Tubing features over 1,000 feet of multiple tubing lanes and a state of the art covered people mover conveyor lift. Enjoy live music on the weekends.
Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri 10am-11pm. Sat, Sun & Holidays 9:30am-11pm.
From Chicago: Take I94 West across the Wisconsin state line to exit 345(Hwy C).Go west on Hwy C until you reach the town of Wilmot.Turn left on Hwy W. Go 1/2 mile to Ski area entrance on left side. From Milwaukee: East on I94 to the state line and exit
Number of Runs
- State Line Run
- State Line Run has a Vertical Drop of 230 feet
Downhill Ski Services
- Snack Bar
- Over 1,000 feet long
Tubing: Number of Chutes
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