Sold in Various Denominations, Gift Cards for Four-Season Resort a Great Stocking Stuffer
(BIWABIK, Minn.) – Giants Ridge – Minnesota’s award-winning, four-season resort destination set in the rugged beauty of the Mesabi Iron Range – announces gift cards are now on sale in various denominations.
Ideal for family members and friends this holiday season, the Giants Ridge gift cards are valid for dining, shopping, skiing and other recreation opportunities at the resort. Available in $25, $50, $100 and $200 denominations, the gift cards can be purchased at the resort or online at www.giantsridge.com.
Back by popular demand, Giants Ridge will be offering an additional 10% on each gift card purchased between Black Friday (November 26) and Cyber Monday (November 29), on gift cards purchased on GiantsRidge.com.
“Gift cards are wonderful stocking stuffers for anyone planning to visit Giants Ridge in 2022 – skiers, golfers, anyone who enjoys the outdoors,” says General Manager Fred Seymour. “Recipients can enjoy everything our resort has to offer throughout the year – from dining to golf to winter and summer activities, and more.”
The year 2021 was a banner one for Giants Ridge. Golf Digest bestowed its highly coveted “Editor’s Choice Award” in the Best Golf Resorts in the Midwest Category to Giants Ridge. Celebrating the “best of the best” golf destinations, Giants Ridge was one of only eight resorts listed in the Midwest and the only destination in Minnesota.
The Quarry golf course received numerous accolades and high rankings in 2021. The Quarry maintained its top-35 showing in Golf Digest’s latest biennial list of America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses rankings, while MyGolfSpy, a leading golf website focusing on unbiased equipment, golf course and accessory reviews, ranked The Quarry 18th on its Top 50 Public Courses in the U.S. list. The Quarry also ranked high in GOLF Magazine’s Top 100 Value Courses in the U.S. rankings, as it finished ninth, and GOLF Magazine tabbed The Quarry 68th in its Top 100 Courses You Can Play rankings.
Both The Quarry and Giants Ridge’s other course, The Legend, finished in the top-10 of Golfweek’s annual “Best: State-By-State Courses You Can Play” rankings, with The Quarry notching the top spot as the best public course in Minnesota for the seventh consecutive year. An easy drive from the Twin Cities, Giants Ridge was the only resort in Minnesota to boast multiple courses in these rankings.
Besides its two revered golf layouts, Giants Ridge offers numerous crystal-clear lakes, rivers and streams ideal for swimming, boating and fishing. Hiking and biking trails also cut through the towering pines found in the area, and chairlift rides offer breathtaking views of the stunning Iron Range.
Giants Ridge is also revered as the Midwest’s top-rated skiing and snowboard hotspot. Snow adventures abound with 35 downhill ski runs, over 60 km of fine-groomed Nordic ski trails (which once served as Olympic training grounds) and some of Minnesota’s hottest snowboarding terrain parks.
For more information: www.giantsridge.com, 800-688-7669 or 218.865.8000.
About Giants Ridge
Set amongst the beauty of Minnesota’s northwoods, Giants Ridge, located in Biwabik, Minn., is a four-season, family-oriented resort. Giants Ridge has grown from a local ski hill (long ago) attracting local, day visitors, to a four-season recreation destination attracting thousands of guests each year from Minnesota, the United States and Canada.
Giants Ridge features two nationally recognized 18-hole championship-caliber golf courses and a ski resort ranked among the very best in Minnesota. The Legend at Giants Ridge and The Quarry at Giants Ridge are ranked among Minnesota’s best golf courses. For skiers, Giants Ridge boasts 35 downhill runs, more than 60 km of world-class cross-country ski trails (which once served as Olympic training grounds) and one of Minnesota’s hottest terrain parks as well as a snow tubing park. The resort also offers miles of year-round recreation trails, including an expanding mountain bike trail system (which will be among the top destinations in the mountain biking world), water recreation, unbeatable lodging accommodations, dining, shopping and much more. It is an easy one-hour drive from Duluth and three hours from the Twin Cities.