Unlike most local ski and snowboard areas, Trollhaugen is more popular for snowboarders than skiers.
Skiing and Snowboarding at Hyland Ski and Snowboard AreaTrollhaugen Ski and Snowboard Area has 22 runs - five easy, nine medium, six difficult and two terrain parks.
The longest run at Trollhaugen is around a quarter-mile long.
Trollhaugen Ski and Snowboard Area has snowmaking equipment, and is usually open from mid-November until mid-March.
Trollhaugen Ski and Snowboard Area offers a variety of skiing and snowboarding lessons. Group and private lessons are available for preschoolers up to adults. If you buy a lift ticket and rent equipment, you can take a free ski or snowboard lesson.
Food and Drink at Trollhaugen Ski and Snowboard AreaThe food available is - no surprise - cafeteria style. St. Croix and Taylors Falls have options for dining, as do the towns on Highway 8 on the way home to the Twin Cities.
Discounted lift tickets for Trollhaugen Ski and Snowboard Area
How can you get cheap lift tickets for Trollhaugen Ski and Snowboard Area?
The published rate for an all-day adult lift ticket to Trollhaugen Ski and Snowboard Area is $41 in 2011.
The cheapest way to get on the hill is to go to their famous late night hours on Fridays. The hill is open until 3 a.m. and lift tickets cost $15.
Skiing or snowboarding in the evenings or on weekdays will get you steeply discounted lift tickets.
Trollhaugen is open on Christmas Day, and lift tickets cost $20 all day.