What’s New at Boyne Highlands Resort for the 2018/19 Season

The 2018/19 season at Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs brings new pass products, park enhancements, expanded dining options, new ski and boot packages in equipment rental and participation in the Ikon Pass.

New Pass Products

Boyne Highlands is rolling out four new pass products for the upcoming season in which guests can take advantage of early-season pricing. The Ski Three Pass, Four Fun Pass, High Five Pass and Dust Off The Rust Pass are on sale now. The Ski Three Pass is a three-pack of lift tickets available non-holidays for $179. The Four Fun Pass is a four-package of tickets with no blackout dates for $359. The High Five Pass is a five-pack of lift tickets available non-holiday for $259. All three passes can be used consecutively or non-consecutively. Also available through November 30, guests can purchase a Dust Off The Rust Pass that allows for unlimited early season turns through December 20, 2018. The earlier you buy, the more you save with the pass costing between $89–$99. For complete details or to purchase online, visit boynehighlands.com/passes.

Park Enhancements

This season, a new Pistenbully ParkPro will be shaping Boyne Highlands Resort’s four terrain parks. The ParkPro is precisely tailored to the needs of park builders in allowing for exceptional experiences for skiers and riders. The resort is also planning a major modification to its halfpipe, the only halfpipe in Michigan and one of just three in the Midwest, which will enable it to open earlier in the season. The MacGully Terrain Park will become the signature park this season. Challenger will offer medium park progression, and Funland will see more features and increased acreage as the smaller, progression park.

Expanded Dining Options

The Country Club of Boyne is offering an exclusive Chef’s Table Dinner Series limited to just 14 guests and featuring a five-course dinner with rotating menus. Priced at $99, including tax/gratuity, the dinners are scheduled for January 6, February 3 and March 3. Guests may also book a private Chef’s Table Dinner Series on additional dates throughout the winter. For reservations, visit boynehighlands.com. The Country Club of Boyne is also offering wine, bourbon/whiskey pairing and snowshoe dinners once per month, plus weekly Thursday night trivia and sushi nights, and brunch each Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

In the food court, a new beer cooler will offer a selection of craft and domestic grab-and-go brews. The popular smoothie station is adding three flavors of yogurts and an expanded ingredient bar and the ramen bar will also offer pasta. Fresh baked goods will fuel guests for a day on the slopes, and a new health-conscious corner will cater to those seeking organic and healthy snacks.

New Ski and Boot Packages in Rental

Boyne Highlands’ equipment rental has added 45 sets of new ski and boot packages featuring HEAD’s V-Shape V6 men’s skis, Absolut Joy women’s skis and Advant Edge 85 and 75 boots. The V6 skis are designed for experienced skiers and perfect for all terrain levels. The Absolut Joy is suited for beginner and intermediate skiers. It has a mix of lightweight materials and key qualities for balance and control. Rentals are available daily with four-hour flex, full day and multi-day options.

Boyne Highlands Participates with the Ikon Pass

The new standard in season passes, the Ikon Pass connects the most iconic mountains across North America and Australia delivering authentic, memorable snow adventures. Launched in January 2018, it is a collaboration of industry leaders—Alterra Mountain Company, Aspen Skiing Company, Boyne Resorts, POWDR, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Alta Ski Area, Snowbird, SkiBig3, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Sugarbush Resort, Taos Ski Valley and Thredbo. For the 2018/19 season, Boyne Highlands along with sister resort Boyne Mountain will offer seven days each on the Ikon Pass and five days each on the Ikon Base Pass with 10 holiday blackout dates. For more information, visit ikonpass.com.

Boyne Highlands Resort is a family-owned, four-season destination located in Harbor Springs, Michigan. Established in 1963, Boyne Highlands is the largest ski area in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula with 435 skiable acres and also offers the highest vertical terrain. Resort attractions include cross country skiing, snowshoeing, fat tire snow biking, tubing, Zipline Adventures, 81 holes of golf, spa, lift-serviced mountain biking and Bike Park, kids’ programs, lodging, meeting and wedding facilities and real estate. Boyne Highlands has been recognized by the readers of OnTheSnow.com as Midwest’s Favorite Downhill Terrain, named the Best Ski Resort in Michigan by The Oakland Press and offers Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play. For lodging reservations or more information, visit boynehighlands.com or call 866.759.3530.

—Press release provided by Boyne Highlands

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