Ohio, United States
Mad River Mountain is a ski and snowboard resort in Valley Hi, Ohio, United States. The elevation of Mad River Mountain is 1460 feet, and it has a ski season that runs from December 1 through March 16. The resort, which opened in 1962, is owned and operated by Peak Resorts.
There are 23 trails of various skill levels, a tubing park, three terrain parks, and two beginner areas. Of the resort's 12 total lifts, there are 6 surface lifts, 6 chair lifts, and 1 fixed quad lift. Since the annual natural snowfall averages only 36 inches, Mad River Mountain has the largest snow making system in Ohio, with 130 snow cannons that cover 100% of the trails.
The resort lies off U.S. Route 33 east of the city of Bellefontaine. It is located 6 miles southeast of Campbell Hill, Ohio's highest point, and it is near the source of the Mad River.