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MSIA – Take a Field Trip to the Slopes with School Ski Days
It’s easy and affordable to take a school field trip to a ski area close to your home! Under our Cold is Cool banner, MSIA offers a program called School Ski Days, where participating ski areas provide rental equipment, lessons and lift tickets as inexpensively as possible. The objective is to introduce children to skiing and snowboarding and [...]

Fourth & Fifth Graders Ski Free with MSIA Cold is Cool Passport!
The Michigan Snowsports Industries Association (MSIA) wants to give Michigan kids an opportunity to get out, have fun and get healthy this winter. This is why MSIA has established a state-wide program that provides every 4th and 5th grader the opportunity to ski for free. Students can obtain a “Cold is Cool” Ski & Ride Passport [...]

MSIA – Discover Michigan Skiing – January 2018
[ January 2, 2018 to January 31, 2018. ] During January, ski areas across the state team up with Michigan McDonald’s restaurants to offer an affordable introduction to the sport of skiing and snowboarding. Discover Michigan Skiing includes a beginner lesson, ski or snowboard rental equipment and a beginner-area ski lift pass or cross-country trail pass all for just: Cross-country skiing for $20   •   [...]

White Gold Card – Michigan Snowsports Industries Association makes it possible to ski at 35 areas for just $269
They’re in! The White Gold Cards have arrived and we just shipped them to ski shops around the state! Ski one time at 34 Michigan ski areas, get your skis tuned, get a coupon worth $20 off $100 at participating retailers and receive 3 hot wax sessions for your skis or board all for $269. The [...]


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Friday April 13th, 2018 - 5:01 pm

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This is fun...for a good cause! Boyne Mountain Resort and Mount Bohemia Enter Into Spring Challenge
With plentiful snowfall in April and a commitment to skiing and snowboarding for as long as possible, Boyne Mountain and Mount Bohemia are having a bit of late season fun. The two ski areas have entered into a Spring Challenge of who can keep the lifts turning and skiers and snowboarders on their slopes the longest.

Boyne Mountain Resort in Boyne Falls is currently the only ski area in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula still open for the 2017/18 season. Mount Bohemia, of Lac La Belle (Mohawk), is one of just two ski areas in the Upper Peninsula still open.

The ski areas must operate at least one day per week for a minimum of five hours per day. The loser of the challenge will donate a $1,000 to the charity of the winner's choice. Boyne Mountain’s beneficiary is the Boyne City Food Pantry, and Mount Bohmemia will have funds donated to Copper Country Humane Society.

Boyne Mountain is open daily for skiing and snowboarding through Sunday, April 15, and then plans to spin lifts on weekends, Friday-Sunday, for as long as conditions allow.
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So here is a shout out to Ski Brule and Indianhead Mountain - Big Snow Resort, are you in?

Keweenaw county got 278" of snow this winter with 28" still currently on the ground. It'll be interesting to see who comes out on top? The one that makes a ton of snow or the one that naturally gets a ton of snow

This is awesome! As a guy still keeping a hill open in southern Wi...this will come down to "Who's got more snow to push" Go ski industry!

Man made is more durable than natural snow. But either way it’s a win win when a charity gets the money

May have to support my “local ski area”!

Apparently snow in the forecast too, this is gonna be good!

Boyne May have an advantage do to having a groomer and being able to push snow around

Ausblick- southeastern WI still OPEN🎉

Who do you think will win/lose!?!

Suzanne Hojnicki, wanna go???

Matt Shane

Indianhead ftw

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Thursday April 12th, 2018 - 9:07 pm

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Boyne Mountain Resort
It's a Michigan Ski Resort Spring Showdown! We've challenged our fellow Michigan resorts to see who can close the latest. Check out this week's Boyne Mountain Buzz for the details!
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Who made it there today?

Thursday April 5th, 2018 - 9:29 am

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Awesome snow this year. At this rate they will be skiing into May!

Shut up!

Thursday April 5th, 2018 - 9:29 am

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Calendar says April 4.
12" of powder says otherwise.
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Connor Bubash

Thursday April 5th, 2018 - 9:28 am

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Reopening on Friday with lake effect snow expected on Friday
Lodging special all cabins $99 a night
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Nic Durish got to get here next winter. 😍 those cabins!


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