You live in Minnesota…why not embrace the winter weather? Hit the slopes at Wild Mountain in Taylors Falls and save up to 41% when you purchase discount lift tickets through Groupon!
- $49.99 for lift ticket for one with equipment rental, valid any time ($85 value)
- $19 for lift ticket for one, valid 2 pm – close ($30 value)
Equipment rental includes skis, boots, poles, and helmet or snowboard, snowboard boots, and helmet.
Wild Mountain lift tickets are normally priced at $51/adult (online) and $39/child ages 6-12 (online), and equipment rental is normally $24 – $30, so you’re definitely saving with this offer. Also, normal “night lift” ski tickets are $28 online and usually don’t start until 3 or 4 pm, so you’re getting in early AND saving extra with this Groupon.
At Wild Mountain, visitors can enjoy a variety of fun activities regardless of the season. During the winter, snow lovers can partake in skiing, snowboarding, and tubing, which features 100 acres of hills encompassing 26 runs, bunny slopes for newcomers, and four terrain parks for the seasoned veterans. Once the snow melts, the winter wonderland transforms into an amusement park replete with go-karts, a 1,700-foot alpine slide, and a waterpark with several large waterslides along with a lazy river and other aquatic attractions. Families can also enjoy a game of volleyball and horseshoes, or just relax at one of the picnic tables or tents scattered throughout the park.
Wild Mountain Ski and Snowboard Area Discounts
Other ways to save at Wild Mountain:
- Present your current military ID to receive $10 off.
- Take advantage of their Birthday Special and get a FREE lift ticket on your birthday with proof of birthdate.
Don’t forget that Minnesota 4th graders can ski for free with the 4th Grade Passport Program!
Get your Groupon HERE.
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Laura is a former high school English teacher turned avid deal shopper following the birth of her first child. Now she’s a work-from-home mom of six which keeps her plenty busy!
Laura grew up in southern Minnesota and has called the Twin Cities home for over fifteen years. On the off chance she gets some free time you’ll find her with her nose in a book, spending time with family and friends, or enjoying a hot cup of coffee.
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