Timber Ridge Ski Area

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Timber Ridge is a ski area located in Pine Grove Township, Van Buren County, near Gobles, Michigan. It is family oriented ski area that has eight lifts, two terrain parks, and a tubing park. The terrain difficulty ranges from beginner to advanced, where most of the trails are at easy or intermediate levels. Timber Ridge Ski Patrol, named the National Ski Patrol’s 2007-2008 Central Division Outstanding Large Patrol.


Timber Ridge has 15 total trails. Seven are easy, five are average, and three are advanced in difficulty. The highest point at Timber Ridge is 850 feet (260 m) of elevation. The lowest point is at 610 feet (190 m). The longest vertical drop is 240 feet (73 m). There are 50 acres (200,000 m2) of skiable terrain, every acre of which can produce its own snow. The mountain gets about five feet of powder a season. Dean’s Pass, Burt’s Road, and Harry’s Hollow are all named after the first three volunteers that worked at Timber Ridge. The rest of the runs at Timber Ridge are named after trees.


  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Deans Pass
  • Burt’s Road
  • Harry’s Hollow
  • Crossover
  • Willow
  • Pine Rope

More Difficult

  • Oak
  • Tamarack
  • Sycamore
  • Lumber Jack
  • Sequoia

Most Difficult

  • Hemlock
  • Walnut


  • 8 total
  • 2 double lifts
  • 1 triple lift
  • 1 quad lift
  • 3 towropes1 surface lift

Tubing Hill

Timber Ridge offers a tubing run for those over the age of 5 years.

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