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About MILSAP

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

MILSAP Updates, July 9, 2019

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, October 30, 2018

Well, Halloween is tomorrow and my last comment summary was in May. Ski season is almost upon us and I guess I was having too much fun this summer to keep up with things. There have been 36 comments left … Continue reading

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MILSAP Updates, May 12, 2018

It has been WAY TOO LONG since my last summary post just after Xmas. I can only say I was busy enjoying the ski season in Michigan and Vermont this winter. There have been 58 comments left on our website … Continue reading

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MILSAP Updates, December 26, 2017

We hope everyone had a Merry Xmas and is looking forward to a very Happy and Snowy New Year here in the Winter Wonderland of Michigan. As I write this, our mid-day “feels like” in Southeastern Michigan is -8F. We … Continue reading

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MILSAP Updates, October 31, 2017

  Happy Halloween! Since the end of Summer, there have been 16 comments on our pages, but none about haunted ski areas or the Michigan Dogman. Thad Sienkiewicz from the Friends of Highland Recreation Area posted on our Teeple Hill … 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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