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Business Description
Alpine Valley resort is one of United State's largest ski resorts throughout the Southeastern Wisconsin. Based in Elkhorn, Wis., the resort offers a range of on-slope lodging, skiing and recreational activities. The resort supplies a gamut of services, such as dining and bar, banquet halls and more. Its winter ski packages include snowboard, midweek adult learn as well as it organizes training programs, such as mountaineers beginner ski program, mountain masters intermediate ski program and more. The resort provides a 27 hole golf course and golf season packages.

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TollFree: (800) 227-9395

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27 Holes

Country Clubs


Alpine Valley Golf Club

Golf Courses, Sports & Entertainment Centers, Resorts
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Parking: Lot


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The WORST Guest Services!

I have never felt so upset! The place is what it is. Needs a lot of updating! I can live with that, however, BEWARE of hotel staff giving away keys to people with NO association to your reserved room. Just go to the front desk and give them a room number and they'll give you a set of keys - NO questions asked, not even a name. General Manager did nothing about the situation either. Apparently your privacy and safety is really not a concern of theirs.


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Overpriced and poorly managed

Alpine Valley is one of the few options available for downhill skiing in Southeast Wisconsin. Although this hill is half Mother Nature and half man made, it has fairly decent terrain for the area. A couple black trails and a terrain park for the adventurous offer the only highlights here. All trails are pretty much identical to each other and are mostly for the beginner to intermediate. Last weekend was my first trip to the resort and will most likely by my last. Driving into the parking lot promptly at opening on a Saturday, I was surprised to find the place packed. The local junior racing league was holding a meet, which did not happen to be posted on the resort website the day before. Only after getting on the chair lift did I notice that two of the main trails were closed and off limits for this. It wouldn?t be such a big deal (it is junior racing after all), but it closed most of the hill that had any decent terrain. After an hour and a half the parking lot was full and the only black trail left open was too packed to enjoy any more. I packed up and issued a formal complaint with management, only to be told I should have checked the website and that they did not have any control over the portions of the hill closed. ?? On top of this, they had the boldness to charge the full price of $39 per lift ticket. If driving an extra hour or two to a better resort is out of the question, make sure to call for any events before you make the trip, otherwise settle for sledding in your back yard.


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Skiing at Alpine Valley

Alpine Valley is a great place to practice your skills even if you are an experienced skier. On Saturdays the crowds can be a little bit overwhelming, but the actual waiting time is relatively short due to the availability of alternative lifts and their speed. An additional advantage of Alpine Valley is in its proximity to Chicago. It takes only 1 and 15-30 min. to get there from Northwest suburbs (e.g., Des Plaines, IL). This is a definitely will come again place!

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