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Mount Bohemia - Extreme Skiing - Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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Lodging

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Aqua Log Cabins
Winter Lodging


CHECK AVAILABILITY &
MAKE RESERVATIONS

Lodging can only be booked online but if you need help or have

questions please call 906 289 4105 

Snow Update: January 30, 2015

Update:Fridayy1-30 -15

Lake Effect starting tonight!.

The lake effect will start up on Friday night and last  for about a week

We should get snow most every day during this set up

total snowfall this season-152 inches

Snowfall past 24 hours - 1 inch

 Over 540 acres of terrain now open.

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Bohemia will have over 92 runs open today

As always expect unmarked obstacles

FOR MORE INFO CALL 906 289 4105

REMEMBER MOUNT BOHEMIA DOES NOT TAKE CASH OR CHECK. WE ACCEPT CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS (VISA,MASTERCARD, AND DISCOVER)

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AIARE AVALANCHE CLASS
March 20-22

Mount Bohemia in conjunction with White Pine Touring is hosting our first annual AIARE Avalanche class. This is a level one certification class, the same certification you will get out west.

Only 14 spaces availiable!

 

Click here to
reserve your spot

Mount Bohemia

  906 289 4105

 15th annual Mardi gras Madness

Saturday March 7th

Girls ski free on Mardi gras Saturday

Girl with the most beads wins $1000

other events to be announced 

 questions call 906 289 4105

Stay free Wednesday night

Stay in any trailside cabin, Yurt, Inn, or Aqua Log cabin on Tuesday or Thursday night and Wednesday will be free*

*Wednesday free does not apply to New years week.

PLEASE NOTE MOUNT BOHEMIA ONLY ACCEPTS CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS( VISA, DISCOVER, AND MASTERCARD)

ORDER LIFT TICKETS AND MERCHANDISE

CLICK HERE

*Please allow seven days for merchandise deliverys. Lift ticket vouchers will come by email same day.

for questions call 906 289 4105

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Mount Bohemia in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has the longest runs with the highest vertical and deepest powder in the Midwest.

This hidden secret is a true treasure for backcountry skiers and riders. 

The average snowfall in Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula is 273 inches. The lake effect snow is dry similar to western resorts and accumulates as powder which is untouched because we do not groom. This makes for a great morning to make the first tracks! 

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 NO BEGINNERS ALLOWED!

900 FOOT VERTICAL DROP
500+ Acres 
94 RUNS

 

 

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