This geological oddity on the tippy-top of the Keweenaw Peninsula found a place in my heart, and I plan to keep in there forever.
900′ of vertical, nearly 300″ of average snowfall, no grooming, no snowmaking, glades, bumps, cliffs, powder, and beautiful views of Lake Superior. I mean, how can you not love the place?
I got really excited when I was scrolling through my Facebook feed yesterday evening and stumbled across these incredible drone shots of Boho by E Neil Harri. They perfectly capture just how rad this Midwestern mountain’s terrain really is.
I get lots of emails from readers asking me questions about Mt. Bohemia: Is it really that good? How steep is it? What’s the snow quality like? Is it actually steep?
I feel like these photos are perfect for breaking down the terrain for somebody who has never been to the mountain. Hope you enjoy learning more about this Midwestern gem, and again I want to credit E Neil Harri for these fantastic photos.
Extreme Backcountry/Middle Earth
The photographer did not share a photo of Bohemia’s Haunted Valley. I’ve left out a terrain breakdown for that reason.
I hope these descriptions provide a little bit of insight into the terrain accessible at Mount Bohemia. I can guarantee that any advanced or expert skier can and will have fun on Boho’s terrain. It’s the most challenging in the region, and the powder is legit!
Credit again to E Neil Harri for the awesome photos!