Get your vehicle fired up for a kick-ass Michigan road trip. The Michigan Snowsports Industries Association (MSIA) is once again offering the White Gold Card. For $189, the card owner gets a single day lift ticket at 28 ski areas. There’s also a free ski/snowboard tune attached to the card. Pick up the card between October to December at these local shops.
And for some added excitement, the first person to use the card at every resort gets a free one for the 2010-2011 ski season.
Participating ski areas include: Alpine Valley in White Lake; Apple Mountain in Freeland; Bittersweet in Otsego; Boyne Highlands in Harbor Springs; Boyne Mountain in Boyne Falls; Caberfae Peaks in Cadillac; Cannonsburg Ski Area in Cannonsburg; Cross-Country Ski Headquarters in Roscommon; Crystal Mountain in Thompsonville; Hanson Hills in Grayling; Indianhead Mountain in Wakefield; Marquette Mountain in Marquette; Mont Ripley in Houghton; Mt. Bohemia in the Keweenaw Peninsula; Mt. Brighton in Brighton; Mt. Holiday in Traverse City; Mt. Holly in Holly; Mt Zion in Ironwood; Norway Mountain in Norway; Nubs Nob in Harbor Springs; Pine Knob in Clarkston; Pine Mountain in Iron Mountain; Shanty Creek in Bellaire; Snow Snake in Harrison; Swiss Valley Ski Area in Jones; The Homestead in Glen Arbor; Timber Ridge Ski Area in Gobles and Treetops Resort in Gaylord.