It’s certainly been less snowy than average in South Dakota thus far this winter, but it’s still the season to head out and hit the slopes. Here are some of the nearest places to ski and snowboard this season, as well as their prices for a fun day on the hill.

*I did my best to match prices based on similar experiences and tried to feature the closest options to our area. Weekend single-day rates are shown, and for a complete cost estimate, visit the links listed below!

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South Dakota

Terry Peak

Age 13-65 - $66

Age 6-12 - $50

Kids under 5 – Free with parent

 

Great Bear Ski Valley

Age 6+ - $33

Kids under 5 – Free with paid adult

 

North Dakota

Huff Hills Ski Area

Age 13-62 - $39

Age 6-12 - $29

Age 62+ - $29

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Minnesota

Mount Kato Ski and Bike

Age 13-62 - $40-$55

Age 6-12 - $30-$42

Age 62+ - $30-$42

 

Powder Ridge

Adults (13+) - $40-$54

Kids and Seniors - $30-$42

 

Hyland Ski and Snowboard

Adults - $40

Youth - $36

Seniors $22

 

Buck Hill Ski Resort

Adults - $49-$54

Youth, Military, Seniors - $39-$44

 

Andes Tower Hills

Adults (Age 12+) - $50

Youth 11 and under, Seniors 62+ - $40

Kids Under 6 - $5

Iowa

Seven Oaks Recreation Area

Ages 13+ - $42

Ages 12 and under - $30

 

Mt. Crescent Ski Area

Ages 13+ - $44

Junior (6-12) - $39

Kids (5 and under) - $5

Seniors (65+) - $39

Our area provides a lot of options to hit the slopes this winter, whether for a first-timer or a tune-up on your ski and snowboard skills. As always, it’s best to have a review of safety before heading out. For a complete checklist, click here. Stay safe, stay warm, and most of all, have fun!

The Ultimate Sioux Falls Visitor's Guide: A to Z

Sioux Falls has lots to explore; fun stuff for the whole family, food of every kind, educational opportunities, and more! If you have out-of-town guests visiting, show them around our city. Eat at places they've never eaten. Take them to places they'd never go. Take some great photos to post on social media (and don't forget the hashtag #HiFromSiouxFalls). We've even listed some cool hotels where they can stay if you don't have the room.

Sioux Falls, South Dakota. We call it the 'Sioux Empire.' It's the biggest city in the state with a population of nearly 200,000. We’re known for our namesake, Falls Park, along the Big Sioux River. Sioux Falls has received numerous accolades for its quality of life. We have been named the number one best place to rent in America. We’ve topped the list of Best States to Find a Job. Sioux Falls is the Best City in America for Young Professionals. 

We've appeared on lists such as Most Charming Small CitiesTop 10 Place to Raise Kids, and even ranked 10th in the 2020 Top 100 Best Places to Live. We have an abundance of achievements and you can see them on the Sioux Falls Development Foundation's website.

It's a pretty awesome city and that's why we think you should come and visit. If you're coming on business or pleasure, we've put together a list of places to go and things to see. We know you want to explore the attractions the city is known for like Falls Park, the Arc of Dreams, and the Sculpture Walk, but there's a lot more to see and do than just the touristy (that's really a word) stuff. The best places to go are where the locals go and we have a not your average, ordinary visitor's guide. 

Here's a list of over 100 things to do and places to go in Sioux Falls.

Click HERE for a list of all the places we mention and links to each one. Print it out or save it to your phone and use it as a reference when you're visiting. See you soon!