Congratulations Mount Bohemia for once again hitting the national news.
Yes, there is, in fact, skiing in Michigan. And this relatively small mountain offers 600 skiable acres and approximately 273 inches of lake-effect snow each year (more than any other Midwestern location). Its sister resort Voodoo Mountain offers the best — and only — cat skiing east of the Rockies.
And Lonie Glieberman, President of Mount Bohemia, calls the mountain “truly wild,” the “best tree skiing in North America.” Much of its 105 runs are in remote, backcountry areas. Though all of Bohemia’s runs are accessed from just two chairlifts at the summit, skiers and riders who find themselves alone at the base can rest assured that shuttle buses will be by to scoop them up and take them back out for another downhill adventure.
*Article courtesy of CNN.