Michigan Ski News
BOYNE MOUNTAIN STILL SKIING
Boyne Falls, Mich. (April 15, 2014) – Boyne Mountain Resort in Boyne Falls kicked-off the winter 2013/14 season
five months ago today, and it’s still going! The resort is the only ski area in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula with
chairlifts still spinning this season. Skiing and snowboarding at the resort is open daily through Sunday, April 20
from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and could continue on weekends after April 20 for as long as conditions allow. Boyne
Mountain first opened slopes on November 15, 2013. The winter season then continued to deliver near record
snowfall, a total of 189 inches so far, and cold temperatures that kept the snow in top conditions. This season
offers another treat to skiers and snowboarders who enjoyed Boyne Mountain’s slopes until April 28 last winter.
Before that, it had been 16 years since the resort was able to ski until the end of April. Spring lift ticket rates
are in effect. For the latest on terrain and conditions, visit www.boynemountain.com or call 800.462.6963.
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