About Mount Bohemia
Vertical drop: 900 feet
Snowfall: 273 inches
Skiable acres: 585 acres
Bohemia Mining Company: front side of the mountain features open runs and some glades.
Bear Den: eastern region of Bohemia featuring the most popular non gladed runs on the mountain.
Extreme Backcountry: A half mile wide forest with some chutes and small and big cliff drops throughout this area. The extreme back country has the most popular glade runs on the mountain. Skiers take the bus after arriving at the bottom.
Haunted Valley: a North side glade system which usually has the best snow on the mountain in the spring.
The Graveyard: Lower section of the Haunted Valley is the best place to go to find powder several days after a storm.
Outer Limits: Remote backcountry section with long gladed terrain featuring rolling topography. Some of the deepest snowfall hits the outer limits.
Middle Earth: The far eastern section at Bohemia which is about 2 miles from base area. The Middle earth gets excellent snow and has the longest runs at Bohemia.
Little Boho: Bohemia’s newest area is in fact a whole other ski hill. Little Boho while smaller than Bohemia provides some of the steepest terrain on the mountain. Customers find little Boho on the back of the parking lot and then do a short hike to the top of Little Boho. When you reach the bottom the bus picks you up.