Boasting the greatest vertical drop in Michigan, Mount Bohemia already offers the most challenging skiing in the state with the longest runs, and deepest powdered base in the Midwest. It’s added five new glade runs and two more trail-side cabins. Keep in mind that no groomers means loads of untouched powder and, with an average of over 22 feet of fresh lake-effect snow a year, the mountain has no need for artificial snowmaking. Most of the 95 trails are deemed black diamonds or more difficult.
After a full day of high-octane runs, hibernate in either a trail-side yurt or a trail-side cabin. Each yurt sleeps 10, and each cabin sleeps 4. Ski the whole season for $99, and don’t miss your opportunity for this year’s season pass deal on Dec. 3rd.
Mardi Gras Madness is Saturday March 3rd, and the girl who gets the most beads on this day wins $1,000.
Ski the entire season for $99 if you purchase the pass during the resort’s one-day sale, December 3rd. Stay Wednesday night free if you stay either Tuesday or Thursday night as well. Click here for more ski deals at Northern Michigan resorts.
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