With 585 acres and a vertical drop of 900 feet, Mount Bohemia in Mohawk, Michigan, has the longest runs with the highest verticals in the Midwest.
Experience breathtaking views and impressive heights while skiing or snowboarding on Mount Bohemia in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. With 585 acres and a vertical drop of 900 feet, Mount Bohemia has the longest runs with the highest verticals in the Midwest. The mountains get plenty of natural snow that creates the perfect powder. More than 70 trails suited to skiers of varying abilities are available so you can try out a different run each time. Stay at the Aqua Resort, or in a trailside cabin or yurt. Want a more adventurous experience? Mount Bohemia also offers snowcat skiing for a remote day on the slopes. Board a 20-person snowcat cab for a trip to the top of nearby Voodoo Mountain. Skiers and boarders can savor the untouched snow. At the bottom of the mountain, the heated snowcat picks up everyone and takes them back to the top, making for a fun-filled day of secluded runs.
6532 Gal Lac Le Belle Rd., Mohawk, Michigan, 906/360-7240, mtbohemia.com
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