History: Bruce Mound Recreation Area (1948 - 2013)
Outdoor Recreation at Bruce Mound
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area in Clark County was established in 1948 by the Half Moon Ski Club. Clark County has operated Bruce Mound, which has enhanced winter recreation for any age group, since 1960. They pride themselves in being one of Wisconsin's great attractions with premium skiing conditions in a winter wonderland. The slopes are lighted for fantastic night adventures. State of the art snow making and grooming capabilities make every day like a fresh snowfall. Recent chairlift installation and new chalet construction help ensure an enjoyable winter experience at Bruce Mound.
Bruce Mound Features
Bruce Mound Winter Sports area proudly features (2013):
100% lighted trails for night skiing
100% snow making coverage
2 beginner, 2 intermediate, and 4 advanced trails
5 Lifts (1 triple chair, 2 t-bar, 1 rope, 1 handle tow)
8 scenic slopes for skiing and snowboarding
8 snow tubing runs with rope tow
A 375 feet vertical rise
Beautiful chalet with short order snack bar
Complete rental shop
Longest slope 3,000 feet
Reasonable rates for a family budget
Ski instruction and ski patrol
State of the art grooming
Bruce Mound is located 12 miles north of Black River Falls on Hwy 12-27 to Merrillan, then three miles East on Highway 95 to Bruce Mound Avenue or 15 miles south of Neillsville on Highway 95 to Bruce Mound Avenue.
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