You thought we were kidding when we said that it can absolutely dump up at Mount Bohemia, MI (Boho) didn’t you? You fools! 😉
Mount Bohemia is blessed with over 270+” of annual snowfall thanks to generous lake effect snow from Lake Superior, and this season has been one to remember. Boho lies on the Keweenaw Peninsula, a northern off-shoot of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
^Joey Wallis crushing that sweet Boho powder
280″ might not seem like a whole lot to those of you that are blessed to frequent western resorts, but you’re wrong. 280″ on a 900′ vertical mountain that’s ungroomed, and chock-full of excellent glade skiing makes for a great season.
Need further proof? Here’s a list of resorts that have received less snowfall than Mount Bohemia this season.
It’s actually kind of shocking…
Keystone Resort, CO: 159″
Powder Mountain, UT: 206″
Vail Ski Resort, CO: 219″
Snowbasin, UT: 224″
Breckenridge, CO: 226″
Schweitzer, ID: 254″
Jay Peak Resort, VT: 257″
So, yeah… Mount Bohemia gets dumped on. It can compete with the big names of skiing, and this year they’ve definitely proved that.
Featured Image Credit: Chris Guibert Photography