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Introducing: The Adventure Pass

Introducing: The Adventure Pass

The all new Adventure Pass is your all-in-one pass to nine of your favorite adventures!
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Boyne Mountain

Working With Her, Not Against Her

Whether we're carving down her snow-covered, mountainous surface, cooling off on a hot day in her clear water, or mountain biking through her colorful autumn trees, we rely on Mother Earth for our fun. We live for the adventures we have exploring her beauty, so we know how important it is to protect her.

Working in the industry of outdoor play, we are particularly aware of our dependence on our terrestrial homeland. That's why when it comes to operating our resort, we work with Mother Earth, not against her.

Since it's her resources that allow us to play, we work hard to safeguard, and even augment them.

This ski season at Boyne Mountain, we used 66.16 million gallons of water for snowmaking. If we took that amount from the planet each year since the resort opened in 1948, we'd have used 4.5 trillion gallons of precious water by now. But fortunately, we give it back.

We pull water directly from our many ponds around property to our snow guns on the hill. Then, as spring arrives and we've had our fun on the slopes, the snow we enjoyed all season long slowly melts down the mountain and seeps back into the water table and into our ponds - ready for next year.

Plus, with our new prototype nozzles in place on the Hemlock face, we only need to take about half the air typically required for the snowmaking process. This new, more efficient nucleating nozzle on these prototypes subsequently uses less energy from the air compressors to pump air through the system. The energy we use to power our air compressor is supplemented as the water flows through the Boyne River power dam and generates energy more efficiently to our power grid.

Our team is continuously inventing new ways to reduce our use of Mother Nature's precious resources, and reuse them in the most efficient ways. Boyne Mountain Resort is a playground of her natural wonders, providing a place to come to appreciate her beauty all year round.

So we're working with her, not against her. It's the least we can do for the source of all adventure.  

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