Devil’s Head Resort can easily be described as a snowboarder’s dream, with its diverse layout and runs and its large vertical drop. There’s certainly a lot of activity and challenge to find at Devil’s Head. It’s located in central Wisconsin, just inside the Baraboo Bluffs region.
Devil’s Head has a vertical drop of 500 feet and 260 acres of skiable terrain. Of its 27 runs, 30% are beginner, 40% are intermediate, and 30% are advanced runs. It’s worth nothing that Devil’s Head doesn’t actually have any expert runs, but there’s plenty of diversity in the other runs to make them a challenge. The longest run is a mile long and the park hosts one full terrain park, with many smaller, incomplete ones scattered across the runs.
Of the ten lifts, there one triple chair, six double chairs, and three quad chairs. There’s also two rope-tows to help get skiers and snowboarders up the hill. There’s also plenty for kids to do on the hill, as well as lessons in skiing and snowboarding offered both to children and to adults to help them learn the sport.
The hill is open from 8:30 AM until about 10 PM, but there’s also late-night skiing that opens at 6 PM and lets people take on 200 acres of the resort. There’s on-site resort lodging that promises many things to do, and a full base with food and beverages.
Weekday tickets run $49 and weekend tickets run $55, both for full-day. There’s also weekend passes and season passes offered.