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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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Snowboarder in powder

A Look Back

The last turns have been carved, the last first chair has been claimed, and the last day of the season has come and gone at Boyne Mountain.

We're reminiscing thinking about this season, and as always, looking forward with high hopes for next season. Like looking in the rearview mirror as we drive away from the place we're reluctant to leave, we're looking back month by month at the joy this season brought us.

Two skiers on the Hemlock Lift

November 24, 2016

The first chair of the season goes to two diehard skiers who stood at the base of the Hemlock lift from 6:30am until the lift spun at 9am. 

Powder faced kiddo

December 10, 2016

14 inches of white, fluffy, powder later...

As we opened daily for the season, a smile was worn by everyone - even those who took a nosedive into the pillow-y powder. December went on to be one of our snowiest, dropping several more heaps of pow and bringing countless smiles along with it. 

January 5, 2017

Although we saw plenty of cord in January, there were a few days spent boot-deep in the thick of it out there. The lake's warmth allowed for lake effect to continue to bring those big fluffy flakes that can make even the most stoic adult open wide in the hope of catching a few.

February 18, 2017

While December broke snowfall records, February set new records in bluebird days and sunshine totals. We can always count on February for the blue sky and some spectacular sunsets, but usually it comes at a very cold temperature cost. This year, however, we enjoyed quite frequent appearances of February sunshine - without all the bundling. 

Skiers relaxing outdoors

March 3, 2017

March had it all. We skied in T-shirts and shorts, then just days later, we shivered our way up the lift bundled ear-to-ear. There were plenty of days spent on the slopes, but just as many spent overlooking them. 

Snowboarding April 5

April 5, 2017

Though we didn't see much of April, we liked what we saw. Corduroy in the morning, mashed potatoes by noon, we soaked it all in as much as we could before the inevitable end of the season. Besides, there's just something about being able to bike to the ski hill, or hit the golf course after a few turns through the snow that just feels cool. 

It's one of those "Not sad that it's over, but happy that it happened" type of moments when we have to remind ourselves that while our skiing days are finished for now, we had 125 awesome days on skis this season. Mother Nature wasn't always cooperative, making our February more like a March, and our December more like a January, but all in all, she gifted us with 137 inches of the good stuff. And it was enough to last us a season that spanned six months.

6 months, 125 days, 137 inches, and countless smiles.


xoxo, Emily

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