I'm not a big downhiller, but from what i've seen, the Mountain Top seems pretty typical for southern Wisconsin skiing, however, this ski hill exceeded our expectations.... The ski instructor was very good with our young boys…. The ski lodge was rustic and cozy.
I opted to X-country ski. The trails had a decent amount of terrain, but I was a bit disappointed---they were groomed for skating, but none had tracks for Nordic skiing. And some trails weren't even groomed since before a recent snowstorm…. Also, we happened to be there during "20 Dollar Tuesday", which made for some pretty big crowds… The check-in process at opening time (noon) was chaotic, to say the least…. The main desk was closed, so you had to check-in at the gift shop, thus a long line formed out the door…. I would think they would have been more organized…..or at least have the main desks staffed during the initial rush….
So, i gave it a 3 overall, but i think the hill itself and the instructors deserve a 4, but since TA doesn't allow half points, i opted to give it a 3 (the long lines were a real turn-off)... Nevertheless, it ain't a bad place to learn to ski or board....
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