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March $149 Season Pass Sale ends in 8 days...this pass includes full access to all Camp 10 Ski Area operating days and participation in our Pass Perks program. This pass sells for $189 in December. ... See MoreSee Less

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The $149 Season Pass Sale for Next Winter ENDS in 10 days. Its this sale that actually is the biggest guideline we have to future operations (been doing it that way every year for the past eight years). The formula is very simple-the spring pass sale is used to escrow fund the capital needed for our annual insurance costs. And without insurance we dont operate. We have laid out a number of areas for improvements in the warm weather months (and we welcome ideas and suggestions from our customers) for our continuous improvement program. Theres been a lot of conversation already regarding our plans to really get serious about terrain park activity. We have a number of snowboarders who have volunteered to help with layout and construction. We also got our toe into the snow regarding using a groomer to push and place piles of snow to use in feature building. The Junior Race Program was on hold this winter but will be back in the activities list for next winter - a big feature will be moving from what was done in the past to an actual race format with electronic timing and gated courses . All of this and more is of course dependent on the success of our spring season pass sale which ends March 31st. Go to our website at camp10skiandsnowboard.com where you will be able to download and application. Also take a peek at our Pass Perks Page for a listing of other benefits available with our Season Pass. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Only 270 days till the start of next ski season....thanks to the many who skied and snowboarded with us this winter it was quite the adventure and provided many challenges and learning experiences for us and hopefully fun and memorable days for you.. If you would like to learn more about becoming a member of the National Ski Patrol, think you could become a ski or snowboard instructor, might be interested in part time winter employment, or would like to know more about our season pass program please contact us via camp10skiarea@yahoo.com. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

 

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I am already bored!

We dont have avalanche duty but this is a neat portrayal of ski patrollers everywhere...The Camp 10 Ski Patrol is looking for some additional patrollers...we can provide all of the training as you begin a new adventure...contact usEMP is proud to share National Ski Patrols newest effort to recruit new volunteers into their Non-Profit organization. This took over 6 months to complete and makes… ... See MoreSee Less

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Camp 10 Ski Patrol is an all volunteer group that has received the same NSP training that the parollers in this vidio have received. Ski Patrolling is fun and can also rapidly switch to a more patiennt oriented mode should the need arise. We are there if you need us. The Camp 10 Ski Patrol has members who all started out as skiers or snowboarders just like you and our current patrollers had no prior medical training....they just became involved because they wanted to help if needed. Our patrollores come from all walks of life but have two common bonds...the love of the outdoors and the desire to help when needed. Our patrollers have been trained in the NSP Outdoor Emergency Care course, Toboggan Rescue, Chair Lift Evacuation Methods, and Advanced CPR. The training takes place over an extended period and at a doeable pace- we all have busy lives with other things going on. If you would like more information contact us via camp10skiarea@yahoo.com.

A large group of amazing people.

Another brand new happy skier after a ski lesson with Judy today. Our ski school has provided a record number of ski lessons this winter and has had a 98% success rate. This Sunday is the last day of our ski season. We're open from 9:30 till 4:00 pm and providing $17 lift tickets and $5 ski equipment rental packages. No carry ins (food/drink) as we need everyones help in gobbling up our cafeteria inventory. We also have Season Passes for the 2019-20 ski season fro sale. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Another brand new happy skier after a ski lesson with Judy today.  Our ski school has provided  a record number of ski lessons this winter and has had a 98% success rate. This Sunday is the last day of our ski season. Were open from 9:30 till 4:00 pm and providing $17 lift tickets and $5 ski equipment rental packages.  No carry ins  (food/drink) as we need everyones help in gobbling up our cafeteria inventory. We also have Season Passes for the 2019-20 ski season fro sale.

 

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Sad I didn't see this post until Wednesday the 20th! 😰

Today was great out there. 😎

No snow in your backyard ? Well this is our backyard and its still very deep. We hate to have this as our closing weekend but closing weekend it is. Lift tickets will be $17 and ski rentals will be $5 ..... no carry ins on this last weekend we've got a lot of cafeteria goodies to feed you with and you need to help us get it eaten. Also lift ticket purchases can be credited towards next winters season pass - if purchased this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

No snow in your backyard ?  Well this is our backyard and its still very deep.   We hate to have this as our closing weekend but closing weekend it is.  Lift tickets will be $17 and ski rentals will be $5  .....  no carry ins on this last weekend weve got a lot of cafeteria goodies to feed you with and you need to help us get it eaten.  Also lift ticket purchases can be credited towards next winters season pass - if purchased this weekend.

 

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Jessica Horack

Will you be groomed tomorrow?

Eve Hunter Dylan Cates Emily Elizabeth

Why not extend the season?

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Sunday March 17 St.Pats Day .....show up in Green and save lots of green as the Leprechauns play tricks with our cash register...a little green gets a little discount....a blow us away green gets a pot of gold discount.....and all the white stuff means the Leprechauns can have a blast....spring is around the corner this might be your last chance for a blast...plus you have the option of using the lift ticket purchase price towards your 2019-20 Season Pass. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

St Pats Weekend up next....bit of rain mid week but will have little to no effect on our very deep snow base. Prediction for the weekend is very good. Season Passes are on sale for 2019-20 $149...purchase a regular priced lift ticket this weekend and deduct the ticket price from the season pass price for a super bargain plus you ski free for the rest of this season. And did you ever check out the Pass Perks that come along with your season pass ? Go to our web page to see what this seasons listing includes- the actual Pass Perks partners can vary from year to year but this years listing gives you an idea of what we shoot for for next winter. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Weather Forecast is still holding...expect some rain on Wed and Thursday then great skiing/snowboarding conditions on Saturday and Sunday....so you've still got some more skiing/snowboarding days available. Did you know that our ski school has provided more lessons this winter than in the past five years ? Did you know that we are looking for a few more candidate ski and snowboard instructors for next year ? Talk to George, our ski school director, about how the ski school teaches good candidates how to become good ski school instructors. Did you know we are looking for a couple of volunteers for our junior race program for next year ? Previous race experience helpful for this fun kids program. Did you know we'd like to find a few more people interested in becoming members of the Camp 10 Ski Patrol ? We have a learning program for those whose first aid experience only covers band aids and we have a fast track program for folks with a bit of medical background...talk to any of our ski patrollers for some insight on what is involved.

Have you renewed your season pass or purchased your season pass for the 2019-20 Ski Season yet ? Points to consider- (a) its the lowest price of the year (b) it comes with the Camp 10 Pass Perks program which gets you super discounts at some top notch ski areas, ski shops, restaurants, and summer water parks and (c) the sales play a critical role in the functioning of our northwoods ski area plus (d) you buy now and your check is held till July and (e) buy now and you ski free for the rest of the season - how does that work? Buy a regular lift ticket and deduct the price of that from the season pass price then pay the balance for your season pass. Example- season pass $149 - one lift ticket $34 balance for season pass for next winter is $115 , But hurry this deal (either the $149 or the $115 ends as soon as we have sold the additional 65 passes, opps correction thats now down to 48.
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2 weeks ago

Doing some maintenance on a T Bar tower proves to be a bit tricky when you are dealing with 4 feet of snow depth. Driving the small groomer uphill through the very deep powder was a trick ...since of course we are trying to avoid customizing the tower or taking out a tree in the process. Then we had to dig DOWN two feet just to find the electrical check box.....in as long as I can remember (and on some days that isnt very long!) we've NEVER had to dig down to find the circuit check box.

We will get some rain midweek but that should have very little effect on our snow and we anticipate very good conditions weekend of March 16th and 17th.

Have you sent in your renewal yet or purchased a season pass for the 2019-20 Ski Season ?...best price of the year and a fabulous Pass Perks program with a number of other great ski areas.
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Doing some maintenance on a T Bar tower proves to be a bit tricky when you are dealing with 4 feet of snow depth. Driving the small groomer uphill through the very deep powder was a trick ...since of course we are trying to avoid customizing the tower or taking out a tree in the process. Then we had to dig DOWN two feet just to find the electrical check box.....in as long as I can remember (and on some days that isnt very long!)  weve NEVER had to dig down to find the circuit check box.   

We will get some rain midweek but that should have very little effect on our snow and we anticipate very good conditions weekend of March 16th and 17th.

Have you sent in your renewal yet or purchased a season pass for the 2019-20 Ski Season ?...best price of the year and a fabulous Pass Perks program with a number of other great ski areas.

Celebration of Great Life in the Northwoods-Locals Special Weekend with $20 lift tickets for permanent residents of Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida, Langlade, Forest,Vilas, and Taylor Counties. (proof of residence requires and no carry ins - our cafeteria pays for lodge heating and we have great reasonably priced food).

Season Passes for the 2019-20 Ski Season Now on Sale $149 and that includes skiing for the rest of this season plus we have a fantastic Pass Perks Partnership with a number of other ski areas and businesses for 2019-20. WE MUST SELL A MINIMUM OF 65 MORE SEASON PASSES TO ENABLE INSURANCE COVERAGE -AND THAT MEANS REOPENING- FOR THE 2019-20 SKI SEASON. We have used this business model for the past 8 years...all pass purchases funds will be refunded in the event we do not sell the additional required 65.
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3 weeks ago

 

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No way to purchase online or over phone? 🤔

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Beautiful day on Sunday and I had the opportunity to check out our the runs associated with our West Side T Bar. First mistake was using the snowmobile and burying it....second mistake was not having a pair of snowshoes with me when I took the snowmobile for a look around....the "walk" back to the groomed areas was almost a crawl back...never in 40 years have I saw so much powder so deep. Game plan going forward is to groom all the open runs in prep for the weekend then start some track packing in the west side runs ...we want a good groomed path about half the width leaving the other half in powder. Grooming tactics will now start to call for pulverizing for early morning use to break up and smooth out any overnight surface crust (over a very deep packed powder base) on the middle and east side runs and then continue with our west side packed powder development. Snowboarders please note that we will be pushing/bladeing snow in the Park areas. Ski Patrol is building their schedule for coverage through March 24th. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

 

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Glad you are OK. This is the most snow on the ground I remember in 40+ years of walking in the woods. Three feet +! Next year, fingers crossed it doesn't wait until February to all come at once!

Scouts were everywhere you looked and all having fun....even when we challenged them with lift hopscotch as we had to solve some electrical problems...the record breaking February snowfall gave some of our electrical circuits fits but they were all solved by the end of the day.

And now for Sunday- We will be opening at 10:30 when the temperatures will much better and we are also going to present another local skiers special for permanent residents of Lincoln, Oneida, Price, Forest, Langlade, Marathon, and Taylor Counties Lift Ticket $22 Ski Rental Pkg $15
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3 weeks ago

Scouts were everywhere you looked and all having fun....even when we challenged them with lift hopscotch as we had to solve some electrical problems...the record breaking February snowfall gave some of our electrical circuits fits but they were all solved by the end of the day.

And now for Sunday- We will be opening at 10:30  when the temperatures will much better and we are also going to present another local skiers special for permanent residents of Lincoln, Oneida, Price, Forest, Langlade, Marathon, and Taylor Counties  Lift Ticket $22  Ski Rental Pkg $15

 

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no carry in pic nic lunches with the local special...its our cafeteria sales that pays the lodge😊 heating bill

Will all lifts be open?

Renewals have been sent out ....March Season Pass Sale now underway for the 2019-20 Ski Season. This is our lowest price for the year plus with purchase you get free skiing for the rest of this ski season and the Camp 10 Ski Area Season Pass comes with our Pass Perks programs that will get you lots of good discount opportunities at a number of other great midwest ski areas. We utilize our March Season Pass Sale to position everything we do for the following ski season and we must sell the minimum number of passes to assure our continuation (been doing it this way for the past 8 years and it has been a tremendous asset towards what we are trying to make available for the Northwoods).....the sale will continue until we have hit the minimum or March 31st whichever comes first.....65 passes are still available. You may purchase a pass at the ski area or download a pass application from camp10skiandsnowboard.com . ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

 

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How many passes are still available? 🙂

First time in 39 seasons....Camp 10 Ski Area was closed because of too much snow ! Wind gusts of over 50 miles an hour ( not the safest for chair lift riders) plus not getting the road from County A open till after lunch were also factors.....but one brave family made it in shortly after the road opened up...a family of three came to the Camp 10 Ski Area from France for a day of skiing. A bit disappointed that the skiing was not to be they put on there snowshoes and skied our slopes a bit slower than normal. Saturday was another good day with guests from Eau Claire, Minoqua, Chicago, and our local cities. Sunday afternoon the big groomer was put to work "track packing" the latest 17 inch snowfall (52 inch total in 15 days) . Track packing is done with just the weight of the snowcat (8000 pounds) to reduce loss to the winds. Later this week it will be regroomed with our compaction equipment s we prepare for March 2nd and 3rd. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

First time in 39 seasons....Camp 10 Ski Area was closed because of too much snow !  Wind gusts of over 50 miles an hour ( not the safest for chair lift riders) plus not getting the road from County A  open till after lunch were also factors.....but one brave family made it in shortly after the road opened up...a family of three came to the Camp 10 Ski Area from France for a day of skiing. A bit disappointed that the skiing was not to be they put on there snowshoes and skied our slopes a bit slower than normal. Saturday was another good day with guests from Eau Claire, Minoqua, Chicago, and our local cities.  Sunday afternoon the big groomer was put to work track packing  the latest 17 inch snowfall  (52 inch total in 15 days) . Track packing is done with just the weight of the snowcat (8000 pounds) to reduce loss to the winds.  Later this week it will be regroomed with our compaction equipment s we prepare for March 2nd and 3rd.

 

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This weather is unbelievable!

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