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About MILSAP

We are a clearinghouse for information about retired ski areas in Michigan

MILSAP Updates, October 31, 2017

Welcome to MILSAP! We are dedicated to collecting and publishing information about the history of lift-served ski areas in Michigan.  If you have fond memories of flying down the slopes on your favorite hill, but the area has closed, let us … Continue reading

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MILSAP Updates, August 22, 2017

Hi. As Summer is winding down, there have been 31 comments on MILSAP this Summer so far. Pamela Thompson Crawford commented on the Sheridan Valley page that she grew up on Avery Lake and used to ski through the woods … Continue reading

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MILSAP Updates, May 30, 2017

  Hi. As I promised a couple weeks ago, I have gone through my E-mail and started working on the items sent to me over the past few months. Ed Kovak sent pictures of Snow Valley and Mt. Frederick brochures … Continue reading

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MILSAP Updates, May 15, 2017

Hello there. It has been way too long since I posted an update, but I was on vacation with limited Internet access and when I returned there always seemed to be too many things to do. Well, enough excuses, there … Continue reading

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MILSAP Updates, February 14, 2017

Happy Valentine’s Day! It has been over 7 weeks since our last update and there has been a lot of activity on the blog and on our Facebook page. We have received 63 comments during that period, including 31 just … Continue reading

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MILSAP Updates, December 23, 2016

  Well, it’s been 5 weeks since our last post and the holidays are almost here! It is finally Winter and for the past week or two, the weather has been suitably wintry. Last month we learned of a new, … Continue reading

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MILSAP Updates, November 15, 2016

  Well, it’s been just over a month again since our last update and we have received news of a new lost ski area as well as 16 comments and emails of patches and pins. Ski season is rapidly approaching, … Continue reading

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