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|Ski Schools|Lisle, IL 60532

5750 Lakeside Dr, Lisle, IL 60532

(630) 964-2550

https://www.fourlakessnowsports.com/

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Winter is the season where everyone heads to the snow surfaces for some outdoor adventures. At the Four Lakes Alpine Snowsports, you are sure to create some great memories for the holidays. If you are an amateur you can enroll in lessons and programs open for kids to adults. Along with your friends or family, you can slide along the trail which is in close proximity of the circuit. Amenities such as ATMs, restrooms, restaurant, parking and much more are available on the site.

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15 years ago

09/26/2006, 06:58 AM
This Lisle resort is great for first-time skiers and boarders who want some practice before heading to the big hills. – The Scene What do you do with leftover earth from a mammoth, planned-community project? Bulldoze it into a big pile, plant grass to avert erosion, install halogen lights and rope tows, build a lodge next door, wait for winter and--presto--you've got a ski area. That, in a nutshell, is the story behind Four Lakes Ski Area in Lisle, quite possibly the smallest ski area in the Midwest, if not the country. Four Lakes also carries the lofty distinction of being the closest ski area to the Loop. The Slopes Like most Midwest hills, Four Lakes lives and dies by the thermometer. Snowmaking machines run full-throttle on below-freezing days and nights, blanketing 100 percent of the terrain (which isn't hard to do) with man-made snow. A $15 "slope" ticket renders access to two wide bowls of slightly different gradient--one's nearly flat, the other even flatter. If you don't want to buy a ticket you could probably walk to the top. It's really not that far. Thrills you won't find at Four Lakes, but for first-time skiers and snowboarders, it's a place to start. Vital Stats Vertical drop: 110 feet Lifts: 7 Skiable acres: 9 Beginner terrain: 40 percent Intermediate terrain: 30 percent Advanced terrain: 30 percent Snowboarding: Full facilities
Valerie H. on Insider Pages

16 years ago

11/04/2005, 02:11 AM
You don't have to go to Colorado this winter if you like skiing. Just come to Lisle, IL. You don't have to go to Colorado this winter if you like skiing. Just come to Lisle, IL. Four Lakes Ski area has home grown hills with plenty of man-made snow to give you a really good time. They also went equipment for skiing so if you are a first timer or just don't own equipment , you can rent what you need here. After your done, stop into the pub for refreshments.
Gloria V. on JudysBook

16 years ago

08/13/2005, 03:02 AM
Local Skiing You don't have to go to Colorado this winter if you like skiing. Just come to Lisle, IL. Four Lakes Ski area has home grown hills with plenty of man-made snow to give you a really good time. They also went equipment for skiing so if you are a first timer or just don't own equipment , you can rent what you need here. After your done, stop into the pub for refreshments.
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helenberg on Citysearch

19 years ago

10/28/2002, 04:40 AM
Hill Shmill! – I know that we are in the midwest, but there is NO excuse for this thing. Ok, to make it quick, a group of us decided to stay in Chicago and we always go to Villa Olivia, but lets try something new. We went here and the rates are more expensive and the hill is smaller? We went down twice and said, lets get out of here, went inside for an Expensive meal and vowed Never to return. In our opinion, Not worthwhile!
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