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DISTINCT ADVENTURES ALL WINTER LONG
Where we go to warm up on a cold winter day, this lodge is created on the chasis of a John Deere 114 Chuck Wagon.
We even have a snowcat called "Arctic 1"!
We placed lights on our lift towers back in 1991 and enjoy twilight skiing from top to bottom.
We're serious about skiing, we have been known to hammer out enough snow to ski until July.
Our earliest opening ever was October 5, 1996 Our Latest Closing ever was July 6, 2015
Our Polar Run slope contains well over 20 sap taps, we use this in our annual production of Peak Maple Syrup.
Our original rope tow was powered by a Ford F-150 running in reverse gear.
We designed our own snowgun that we use to this day, dubbed the P-4000.
The name Polar Peak was derived in 1988 at our grandparents table.