6 Reasons to Have a Winter Adventure at Mount Bohemia

Mount Bohemia beat out some stiff competition to finish in the top 4 of Powder Magazine’s 2014 Ski Town Throwdown. Today, Mount Bohemia’s Lonie Glieberman tells us why Mount Bohemia is the ultimate destination for ski enthusiasts all over the country. 

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Mount Bohemia, located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has the highest vertical, most snow, and the most expert terrain in the Midwest. What makes Mount Bohemia so special? It has Western Mountain terrain right here in the Midwest – hundreds of acres of tree skiing, chutes, and cliff drops scattered all over the mountain. In fact, Mount Bohemia is rated #1 for powder skiing east of the Rockies by Powder Magazine and called “one of the top ten undiscovered ski resorts in the world” by MSN.com!

Here are 6 reasons to have a winter adventure at Mount Bohemia this season:

Photo courtesy of Joey Wallis

All natural – All the time: That’s right. Mount Bohemia is all natural snow with no grooming. There is powder on all 500 acres of terrain. And with an average snowfall of over 273 inches!

Over 500 acres of terrain:  Imagine skiing all sides of the mountain with more expert terrain than virtually any ski resort east of the Rockies. The eight distinct sections of Bohemia have over 94 different runs. This much skiable acreage offers expert and advanced skiers and snowboarders the most diverse and challenging expert terrain east of the Rockies.

$99 season pass sale: Yes, Mount Bohemia has a one day season pass sale this Saturday December 7th. You can get a season pass for only $99 when you buy online at mtbohemia.com. Please remember this is only available on Saturday December 7th

New section opening this season: Mount Bohemia is adding a whole new section for skiing and snowboarding this season. The new section called The Middle Earth is located on the far east side of the mountain. The five new Middle Earth runs are glade runs (tree skiing) and there are a few small cliff drops and chutes in this area.

Photo courtesy of Joey Wallis

Lodging on the mountain: Mount Bohemia has twelve trailside cabins, hostel, and five yurts. All of these units are ski-in and ski-out. Each cabin sleeps four people and the Yurts sleep ten.

Inn on Lac Labelle: Mount Bohemia’s newest lodging property is located just ¼ mile from the ski resort. The Inn located right on the lake has three private rooms that share two bathrooms and a large common area.

For more information, visit mtbohemia.com. Be sure to get your $99 season pass on Saturday, December 7th!

Have you been to Mount Bohemia?  Tell us about your experience!