Ski Rentals

Ski rentals are available from Bicycle Doctors in Dousman or from Wheel and Sprocket at Lapham Peak. Ski Rental Hours at Lapham Peak, located just off the road to Evergreen Shelter

Tuesday 4pm-9pm

Wednesday 4pm-9pm

Thursday 4pm-9pm

Saturday 9am-9pm

Sunday 9am-5pm


Join the Penguin Pal Campaign now in Progress!

Check out our Penguin Pal Flyer here or see them at the Evergreen shelter. Thanks to artist Kyley Shramek for designing our penguins!

Donate Lapham Peak Snowmaking Penquin Pal Campaign Fundraiser:

  • $5 or more recommended per day of use
  • 30 or more recommended for the season’s use, eligible to receive a Penguin Sticker
  • $300 or more your name can be placed on a wooden Penguin display on the trails with other donors!
Mail the completed form to:

Lapham Peak Friends/Snowmaking
W329 N846 Hwy C
Delafield, WI 53018

Or Online with our Secure PayPal Option:


How Snowmaking Happens

 A lot of planning, year-round, goes into snowmaking-along with some art and science, and a lot of human effort, often in the bitter cold. Check out this short movie on You Tube to see how snowmaking is done.

First Day Ski January 1st!

**New! Check out these maps posted on the News page to see how far you ski!

Miles Covered: 578!  or 921 Kilometers!! by 93 skiers!!!
On January 1st, we skied on the man-made snow since the other trails haven’t had enough snow from the sky yet this season.  At 7 AM, it was -8F with wind chill of -34F, but the sun was bright and there was very little wind on the tree lined parts of the trail. The 3 interconnecting loops of trail covered with man-made snow provided multiple routes allowing some variety as we went round and round! We all marveled at the fact that we can be warm despite the cold air temperature. Exercising in the cold brought lots of smiles to all!  This event was sponsored by both The Friends of Lapham Peak – Snowmaking and The Peak Nordic Ski Club, Inc.

Snow, Snow, Snow!!  (Man-made Snow, that is) 


Thank you to all the Volunteer’s and Donor’s that make Snowmaking happen!!!  Check out December 26,2017 Snowmaking 3 video’s below:

        1. Snow                  2.  Snow                     3.  Snow

2018 Bike Swap and Fun Fair June 2, 2018!

Save the Date: June 2, 2018  Snowmaking has a new Fundraiser: Bike Swap & Fun Fair.  The new location is Lapham Peak Homestead Hollow. There will be activities, vendor’s and more. Look to the future for more news.  Watch for a link to  a sign-up to be a Fun Fair Vendor or Bike Swap Vendor.

This year’s snow is now being made, and a loop, with hills is open for skiing!

20171207_183730snogunandpersonThe DNR and volunteers have been making and spreading snow for the 2017-18 season. A loop is open and more sections are being added as more snow is made and spread. Check the trail conditions page for updates. 

Visit our News page for more pictures and a movie that shows the snow being made.

Hello, Nordic Skiers & Those Who Love Nordic Skiers;

You currently have the opportunity to let the DNR know how much you want cross country skiing supported in our part of the state (and beyond).


Please go to the following link to learn more about the Recreation Opportunities Analysis or ROA.



There you will have the chance to provide your thoughts and experiences pertaining to outdoor recreation in the Lower Lake Michigan Coastal region (where all of us live).  Please go to the link provided there and respond to the questions by Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 11:59pm.

 Note: At question #6, feel free to click on “other” and add CROSS COUNTRY SKIING to the list!

Snowmaking Project Volunteers and Donations at Work

Two Snow Guns Donated to Wisconsin Natural Resources Board

For Lapham Peak Snowmaking Efforts

Freinds of Lapham1

   Snowmaking Members and Natural Resources Board Member

Video of our brief speech

With Great Snow


All Year Long! 

snowcat workers

 Dedicated volunteers evaluate bolts on Snowcat track to determine repair options

Your Donated Dollars At Work!

Snowmaking water pipe placed in Trench under Magic Carpet Ride and Tail End Hill, May 2016

For more information contact:

Anne Korman, Superintendent, Kettle Moraine Southern Unit, 262-594-6204

Friends of Lapham Peak Snowmaking Committee Members, LaphamSnowmaking@gmail.com