Boyne Mountain gave up last week, making Mount Bohemia the last standing ski resort open in the state. Boyne shut down their artificial snow operations as temperatures in Michigan’s lower peninsula move into springtime. Driven by a solid winter of natural snow, over 300 inches in Keweenaw County, Mount Bohemia had a record year.
Late season skiers still have time to hit the slopes. As with a productive winter, Mount Bohemia expects to be open this weekend. This year certainly provided plenty of snow, and great times on the mountain. Crews will start clean up efforts after the season ends. Mount Bohemia will open for fall color tours around October, and the ski season after enough snow has collected on the ground.