Pros: Relatively close to home, tons of snow making, afforable, and it's skiing in Indiana
Cons: Can get very crowded, the weather doesn't always cooperate, and it's skiing in Indiana
“ I started skiing at Perfect North in January of 1991 with a middle school ski club. I've seen it grow and improve a great deal over the years. When I learned to ski the lodge was about 30% of what it is today, there were only 3 chair lifts, a lot less snow making, and 8 fewer runs. Back then the big deal was the "all night ski" on Fridays and Saturdays until 4:00 AM. I...” --cstreu1026
Ever fancied lift-served skiing at 3am but thought you'd have to go to Japan? Paoli Peak's 'round Midnight Weekend' skiing from midnight to 6 am as part of 24 hour lift opening. Paoli Peaks' trails are nestled among native timber consisting of southern Indiana's sturdy oak, walnut, maple, tulip poplar and hickory. In designing the resort, much care was taken to...