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Came here as a kid in the 1970's and 80's and learned to ski from the owner Jim and it served me well, being was able to ski throughout the USA as a result. Many upgrades since then and we thoroughly enjoyed our recent visit....More
As first time skiers this was a great place to visit. Everyone was so helpful from the box office to the ski instructor. There was 6 of us in our party and everyone had a blast. I strongly recommend going here especially if it's your...More
We had bosco sticks with the cream cheese out of can! Than we split a burger which was just okay, you go to watch the slopes more than the food! THe waitress was friendly & attentive but food is below my standards of eating out!...More
First time for my boys to go skiing. They loved it and are ready to go back. Swiss Valley is a great place to learn how to ski. Runs are not steep and fast. Lots of open area and a up hill at the end...More
We went on New Years Day just a couple hours before closing. The snow was man made but still a blast for the kids, maybe even more so since it was freezing cold. Almost all the regular runs were going. We took two kids from...More
this is not a big slope by any means, but it is a fun little place to go for the day. It is quite family friendly none of the slopes are very large. it is a great place for kids to learn to ski and...More
We spent most of a day at Swiss Valley this past weekend. The staff at ticket window, lifts, cafeteria, etc. were all friendly, helpful, considerate and efficient, making the day there enjoyable. They have a very well run kids program called Valley Kids, which I...More
This place is not very big but it is a lot of fun. There is a cafeteria and a restaurant. We don't ski there as often as we did before our kids went to college but it is always a family friendly atmosphere.