Minnesota, United States
Spirit Mountain is a ski area in Duluth, Minnesota. The ski area was founded by The City of Duluth and was built in 1974. Supporters of Spirit Mountain were Mayor Ben Boo, Former Olympian George Hovland and Manley Goldfine. The city was currently led by Mayor Ben Boo during its creation and brought increased winter revenues to the city which were relatively obsolete previously. The construction of I-35 stretching to Duluth was a major contributor of the initial success of the ski area. With a vertical elevation of approximately 700 feet, it is the second tallest ski hill in Minnesota.
Spirit Mountain is known for having the largest terrain park in the Midwest. The park includes jumps ranging from 15 feet to over 60 feet, a halfpipe, and numerous rails, boxes, and other "jibs".
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