Ski Areas in South Dakota
Fun for the whole family!
Great Bear Ski Valley opened to the public in the early 1970s. After several changes in ownership, the City of Sioux Falls Park and Recreation Department purchased the area in 1991 and entered into a partnership with Great Bear Recreation Park, Inc., a non-profit organization, to co-manage the area.
Great Bear has fun for the whole family this year! Whether you downhill ski, cross country ski, snowboard or tube, Great Bear is a place you want to be this…
Ski Mystic Deer Mountain is located in a natural snow belt and averages 200 inches of snowfall annually. Many acres of Black Hills snow and miles of runs are waiting here for you to enjoy.
Ski Mystic Deer Mountain, just minutes from Deadwood and Lead, offers a lot of night life and apres-ski action
Novice skiers love the beginners area where they can warm up their ski legs and get started with the Little Fawn Rope tow. Many challenges exist for the advanced and intermediate skiers on Deer…
Terry Peak is over 7,000 feet in elevation, one of the highest peaks between the Rockies and the Alps, and is located in the northern Black Hills of South Dakota, three miles west of historic Lead/Deadwood.
Located in a natural snow belt, Terry Peak receives an average of 150 inches of snow each season. That, along with snowmaking equipment ensures skiers of a great base -- top to bottom.
The PSIA-certified ski school has introduced thousands to the sport of skiing. New skiers learn…