12 Ways to Enjoy a Pure Michigan Winter
The new Pure Michigan Winter video series – with all 13 videos now available – demonstrates the diversity of winter activities Michigan has to offer for snow enthusiasts and showcases just how much fun winter weather can be to those who may traditionally stay indoors.
Pure Michigan winter television and radio ads in key markets in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Wisconsin will also begin airing December 31 and run through the end of January.
“From skiing and snowmobiling to ice fishing and dog sledding, Michigan is the perfect winter playground for all ages and interests,” said George Zimmermann, Vice President of Travel Michigan, part of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. “We embrace snow and are excited to welcome visitors to our state to experience the diversity, beauty and adventure Michigan has to offer during the winter months.”
Winter activities including sledding and tubing (50 percent), snowmobiling (36 percent), downhill skiing (30 percent) and snowboarding (28 percent) topped the list among those surveyed who would like to participate in winter sports. Visit www.michigan.org/winter for complete survey results.
Michigan has the landscape and terrain that makes it the perfect location for all winter activities. With 51 downhill ski areas boasting 260 lifts and nearly 1,000 runs, more than 6,200 miles of snowmobile trails, 3,000 miles of cross country skiing trails and ice climbing towers ranging from 45 – 75 feet tall, Michigan is the winter wonderland state.
To plan your winter vacation, visit michigan.org.