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The Greatest Outdoor Culinary Adventure Returns to Treetops Resort This Winter Season

Michigan Business Network
January 6, 2022 6:00 PM

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‘Skiable Feast’ Kick Off is Saturday, January 8th
Eat, Drink, Ski, Repeat – A Trail Adventure Fit for Everyone!

GAYLORD, MICHIGAN – Treetops Resort, ‘Michigan’s Most Spectacular Winter Playground’ is once again embracing the current winter season with a gourmet adventure named Skiable Feast for a reason.  Back by popular demand for the eighth season, the Skiable Feast is filled with foodie fun and is hosted trailside. Guests will enjoy the main campus trail adventure – one that is fit for everyone, one to enjoy – winter novice to expert.

After getting fueled up with a hearty Western Scramble Bake accompanied by Mimosas and  an assortment of other drink options, the trail will begin just outside of the Skier Services building circling the base of the downhill slopes allowing participants to see the slopes being prepared for the day just prior to the lifts beginning to turn. Guests will then enjoy the gentle and flat "Potato Railroad" aptly named because it was "in-fact" once a railroad grade. Trains will not be seen but, rather snow-covered branches as guests make their way towards the 7th, 8th, and 9th holes of the award-winning Robert Trent Jones "Masterpiece" golf course that screams beauty just as much in the wintertime as it does in the summer. Soon after, guests will approach a tree-lined path taking them over a natural spring leading to a beautiful 40-acre parcel of open land. After a stop for a bite on this open parcel, skiers and snowshoers will be back on "Potato
Railroad" and headed for their return on the homestretch which turns guests back towards the Jones Activity Center for the gentle climb home. After a beautiful trek through the tunnel of trees, and on certain weekends, you might just see the Treetops mushers and their dogs on a dog sled adventure..

Beyond the trail adventure for Cross-Country Skiers and Snowshoe Enthusiasts – there’s outdoor food and drink experiences along the way – Delicious and Tummy Warming!

When doing Bavarian things, you might as well eat Bavarian food. A foodie showstopper on the 2021 Skiable Feast is our Beef Tenderloin Stroganoff served with Spatzle. The Treetops Resort Culinary team is preparing for a progressive experience highlighting five stations each uniquely themed and appropriately placed along the journey. Guests will find stations to warm them early on this adventure as well as a fueling station to provide energy for the homestretch all preparing them for the final feast featuring a salad course and entrée course as well as everybody's favorite ending.....desserts. The greatest Outdoor Culinary Experience for guests of all ages and trail expertise to enjoy

This winter’s Skiable dates are:
January 8 and 22
February 5 and 19
March 5, 2022.

The Treetops Skiable (and Snowshoe-able) Feast features a 6km trail (3.8 miles) with FIVE delish trailside buffets that include:

Station 1: Western Scramble Bake Sausage, including peppers, mushrooms, onions and spinach scramble atop hash browns topped with melted cheese. Sides include a variety of fruits and yogurt parfait. Breakfast is accompanied by mimosas, assorted wines and domestic and craft beer.

Station 2: Chorizo & Sweet Potato Chili with Black Beans accompanied by assorted wines and domestic and craft beer.

Station 3: Beef Tenderloin Stroganoff served with Spätzle - accompanied by assorted wines and domestic and craft beer.

Station 4: A Fueling Station filled with Bottled Water and Granola Bars

Station 5: Cod sliders served with fresh fruit salad, pasta salad, chips, and miniature desserts - accompanied by assorted wines and domestic and craft beer.

The winter culinary adventure is priced at just $95 per person. Overnight stays may be paired with the Skiable Feast for the perfect winter getaway. Cross Country skis or snowshoes may be rented for an additional $15 per person.

Treetops Resort is Michigan’s Family Winter Playground and is home to 23 downhill ski runs, an award winning Learning Center, extreme tubing – always a family favorite; and trails for Fat Tire Biking, Nordic Skiing, and Snowshoeing. Michigan’s most spectacular resort also features a full-service spa, conference and meeting facilities, indoor and outdoor pools and whirlpools, along with a variety of dining and accommodations options.

To reserve a Treetops Winter Getaway, visit www.treetops.com or call (888) Treetops.

About Treetops Resort
Treetops Resort is truly the Midwest’s “Must Play” resort and arguably the best collection of golf anywhere in the country, boasting five different courses from renowned designers Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Tom Fazio. Treetops Resort is also proudly recognized as having the # 1 Par 3 Course in America: Threetops. Guests can also experience world-class instruction, a spectacular spa, downhill skiing, meetings & conventions, and a fairytale setting for weddings. Treetops Resorts’ winter offerings include some of the finest terrain and winter adventures perfect for families of all ages. Treetops Resort boasts 23 ski runs, a terrain park, cross-country skiing, extreme tubing and its signature Culinary Adventure Series that features a Farm 2 Fork seasonal series; a Skiable Feast and Wilderness Sleigh Ride Dinner series in the winter months.

Treetops Resort is conveniently located on I-75 north just three hours north of Detroit and within one hour of the Straights of Mackinac. 

To reserve a Treetops Resort Getaway any time of year, visit www.treetops.com or call 888-Treetops.

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