Mount Bohemia, MI Has More Snowfall This Season Than 15+ Big Name Resorts

Mount Bohemia, MI Has More Snowfall This Season Than 15+ Big Name Resorts

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Mount Bohemia, MI Has More Snowfall This Season Than 15+ Big Name Resorts

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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.

The mountain is currently reporting 281″ YTD while other parts of the Keweenaw Peninsula are reporting more than 300″!

Boyne Crushes Bohemia for Midwest Spring Skiing Dominance - SnowBrains

^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…

Sundance Mountain Resort, UT: 128″

Bridger Bowl Ski Area, MT: 158″

Keystone Resort, CO: 159″

Park City Mountain Resort, UT: 169″

Deer Valley Resort, UT: 192″

Stowe Mountain Resort, VT: 195″

Loveland Ski Area, CO: 204″

Powder Mountain, UT: 206″

Beaver Creek Resort, CO: 214″

Vail Ski Resort, CO: 219″

Snowbasin, UT: 224″

Breckenridge, CO: 226″

Whitefish Mountain Resort, MT: 234″

Winter Park Resort, CO: 247″

Kirkwood Mountain Resort, CA: 250″

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

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