On Friday, December 11, Boyne Highlands, a leading Michigan ski resort, opened with lots of snow and lots of skiers and snowboarders. Watch the joy of opening day and get the inside scoop on what to expect during the holidays at Boyne Highlands and on through the winter, including dog sledding, zip lines, tubing and horseback rides. It was a terrific day to kick off the ski/snowboard season in Northern Michigan and the snow keeps falling! Check current conditions at Boyne Highlands in our Northern Michigan Ski Guide.
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