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Mountain People: Episode 2

Mountain People: Episode 2

Episode 2 of Mountain People: a series of stories from Boyne Mountain's slopes.
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Machine Groomed for Monday, December 18

Temperature Open Trails Open Lifts Open Terrain
M 28 °F 20 Trails of 60 5 Lifts of 12 55 Acres of 415
Base Depth Snowfall Today's Hours
21 - 42″ 0″ Past 48 Hours 9-4:30
Today at Boyne Mountain  

After a week of cold, cold temps, you can ditch a layer and get out and enjoy what that cold brought us - a 10 day snowmaking streak!

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Dan Tosch, working next to his skis

We Work Where We Play

The ski industry, like any other, is filled with lovers of the product.  The same way the greatest culinary chef began his career by cooking food that he himself would enjoy, those who work in the ski industry are passionate about skiing and riding because they revel in it themselves. 

Passion for the sport runs deep at Boyne Mountain. Everett Kircher, who was deemed a "damn fool" for opening the resort in 1949, yearned to ski but grew tired of traveling a five-day drive west to do the sport he loved so much. So Kircher dedicated his life to skiing and made Boyne Mountain a place where skiing and riding are not just a sport, but a way of life.

Now, 68 years later, Boyne Mountain is owned and operated by those who find their delight clicked into a pair of skis or a snowboard, carving down the very slopes that are their 8-5.

The groomer grooms the corduroy that he will later carve. The marketing director writes ads about conditions she skied this morning. The web developer writes code for the website he uses to purchase lift tickets. Whether we work in Operations, Accounting, Guest Services, or Realty--we work where we play.

And when you work where you play, you keep your toys close by--always ready for action. 

Scott VanHuis of HR


Scott VanHuis, Human Resources

Scott keeps his skis next to his office door so a few runs down the slopes are as easy as grab and go.


Dan Tosch, Web Manager


Dan Tosch, Web Marketing

Dan stores his skis and his wife's skis next to his desk where they're easily accessed on those bluebird mornings or a gorgeous Saturday afternoon. 


Bobbie Jo Benko of Stein Eriksen's


Bobbie Jo Benko, Food & Beverage

Bobbie Jo safely places her granddaughters' skis in her office behind Stein Eriksen's Restaurant for weekend visits with grandma.


Ken Griffin, Golf Marketing


Ken Griffin, Golf Sales

Ken's skis are just steps from his desk, which is just steps from the lift - guaranteeing his first chair spot when he gets his fix on the slopes.


Matt Rader, Boyne Realty


Matt Rader, Boyne Realty

Matt, whose office looks a little like a snowboard arsenal, is the keeper of the snowboards of his entire family.


Kari Roder, Marketing


Kari Roder, Marketing 

Kari keeps her skis, made custom by her husband, near her desk for those opportune moments between meetings. 


Emily Bingner, Adventure Center Coordinator


Emily Bingner, Adventure Center

Emily's work is full of adventures, but her favorite is always on her skis that she keeps an arm's length away - ready for runs whenever she can make them.


We're in this business because it's our passion, and we ourselves are users of our own product. We believe in this sport. We feel the reprieve it brings, so we devote ourselves to ensuring that others find that same reprieve. This is our job, but it's also our passion.

xoxo, Emily

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