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Oct. 30, 2012
 
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Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area, N791 Bruce Mound Avenue, Merrillan: Daily downhill ski and snowboard tickets cost $22 for adults, $19 for students and $10 for children. Purchase a season pass for $230 for adults, $200 for students and $100 for children, up to age 11. Buy punch cards which are good for five daily lift tickets for $100 for adults, $80 for students and $40 for children.

Nine Mile County Forest Recreation Area, 8704 Red Bud Road, Rib Mountain: Snowshoe passes cost $32 for the whole season. Ski passes cost $85 for adults before Nov. 30, $90 after Nov. 30, $50 for youths (up to age 17), $55 after Nov. 30, $65 for seniors older than age 60. Family passes cost $180 before Nov. 30 or $190 after Nov. 30. Fees do not include the use of rental equipment. Call 715-261-1550.

Powers Bluff Park, 6990 Bluff Drive, Arpin: An individual annual cross country ski pass costs $10, or purchase a family annual pass for three or more people for $25. The family annual pass is for parents and their children ages 18 and younger.

Standing Rocks Park, Standing Rocks Road in town of Stockton: Mountain biking season runs until Nov. 15. Season cross country ski passes for adults cost $50, students $25 and families $110. Season downhill ski passes for adults cost $50 and families $125. Downhill skiing is available every weekend throughout the snow season and weekdays during the Christmas holiday season except for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. For more information, call 715-346-1433.

Greenheck Field House, 6400 Alderson St., Weston: Memberships, single activity or full memberships available for access to weight room, ice rink, pool, gym and racquetball court. Single activity family memberships begin at $120, couples cost $85 and singles $55. For more information, call 715-359-6563.

Fitness club memberships, prices vary.

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