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Devil`s Head


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Dane County Regional Airport



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Devil's Head Resort 




Offers lodging rooms, suites and condominiums with various amenities.



Extra person charges may apply 



$347 and up









Cliffhaus Cafe

Dantes Restaurant

Cornucopia Restaurant

Smokies Restaurant

Avalanche Bar & Grill  





2010 - 2011 Rental Equipment Rates

2010 - 2011 Lesson Rates

2010 - 2011 Kids Programs and Lesson Rates


Devil`s Head

Devil's Head Ski Resort in South Central Wisconsin attracts skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels because of its 500 vertical feet of excitement. Devil's Head has a variety of perfectly groomed ski runs that sit on top of one of the highest mountains in Wisconsin. Winter vacationers visit this Wisconsin ski resort because it also offers a variety of day and night recreational outlets for all ages. Devil's Head also has exquisitely comfortable ski/in-ski/out accommodations for the just the right winter getaway. Along with skiing, the resort offers one of the state's top golf courses and challenging mountain bike trails. Amenities at Devil's Head include dining rooms and guest rooms, swimming pools, hot tubs and saunas.

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Pros: Big WI Ski Area

Cons: Long Lifts

Devils head has some of the longest runs in Wisconsin.  Most of the runs wind through the woods and are fairly mellow.  The quad lift on the far right has two decently steep runs including one that’s rated double black that is fairly challenging for WI.  Green runs are on the far left so there is good skiing for everyone.  The on mountain lodging isn’t bad and very convenient.  Cascade Mountain is just a few miles down the road if you want more variety.  Cascade and Devils Head are the best skiing in WI after Whitecap and Granite Peak both of which are much further north.


Pros: Great terrain and lots of groomed long winding powder runs

Cons: Still some are old chairlifts that needed upgrades and need more webcams around all other runs or locations of the ski resort to see the status.

We went on Saturday Feb 23, 2013..the day after the snows of at least 6 inches on past Thursday and Friday. It was definitely powder day on the slopes. Here is my website videos about this ski resort: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVCLnL2iXddSrbbt0_EXmO5ZA0X4gFP4b&feature=em-share_playlist_user


For the season 2012-2013, they recently upgraded another chairlift which is now a Quad QuickSilver Express, but not a high speed express. I wish it was because it was still slow going up to the blue runs where this Quad chairlift was placed. Other than still slow chairlifts, the terrains and all the runs are great and long winding consistent runs. You can really practice your carvings either on skis or snowboards. Also, this season they stop closing the resort at 5pm til 6pm for grooming for an hour because they used to do it in the past. When I talked to the ski patrol on the slopes when I was there, he told me that they don't close the resort anymore at that time. So, it stays open until 9 or 10pm closing time. However they still check your lift tickets if you have the all day & night ticket (which is the Flex type of ticket) or you only have the 8 hour until 5pm ticket. Overall, we still love this resort to visit every season. It sure is a mini-Colorado style of resort with its winding long runs. This website needs to update their trail map that they are showing here because the resort has an updated trail map already. You can really see some big differences.


Just this Jan 11, 2014 season, we came back again to this resort. We always visit this resort every season. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsDG4iHDevil's Head Trail Map 20140111_150423.jpg




Pros: Best place within 2.5 hours of Chicago

Cons: Slow lifts

Devils Head has been a weekend mainstay of mine for a long time.  I ski there in between trips out west to stay in ski shape.  I has some good runs and the Outer Limits run is a good steep for the Midwest if it isn't to icy.  My son likes the terrain parks and if you stay on the black runs, they are not too crowded.


Pros: Excellent grooming, long runs (for WI), slopeside lodging

Cons: Noisy rooms at night, antiquated rooms, not very challenging runs.