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Winter 2017 – 2018: What’s New At Boyne Mountain
We often get asked by guests what’s new for winter?! Well, here it all is! This winter, Boyne Mountain Resort is rolling out a significant enhancement to the proprietary Boyne Low-E fan guns that makes the fleet the most energy efficient marginal temperature snowmaking system in the world. This breakthrough in technology slashes energy usage by over [...]

Winter 2017 – 2018: What’s New At Boyne Highlands
Boyne Low-E Fan Guns This winter, Boyne Highlands Resort  in Harbor Springs is rolling out a significant enhancement to the proprietary Boyne Low-E fan guns that makes the fleet the most energy efficient marginal temperature snowmaking system in the world. This breakthrough in technology slashes energy usage by over 50% from already industry leading levels.  The energy [...]

What’s New This Winter at Crystal Mountain – 2017 / 2018
The NEW Inn at the Mountain 25 Suites, Mountain Market, Bru Bar, Rooftop Terrace & More The Inn at the Mountain will be center stage as a new Mountain Market, Bru bar, rooftop terrace and 25 suites open to the public this winter at Crystal Mountain. Many of the rooms in the 31,200 square-foot, $11 million expansion to [...]

Caberfae Peaks – WHAT’S NEW for 2017 – 2018
WHAT’S NEW for 2017 – 2018 at Caberfae Peaks…. Snowmaking expansion at the top of North Peak… New Snowmaking Machines – 4 new SMI PoleCats and 1 new SMI Super Polecat… A new Prinoth BR 350 snow grooming vehicle… A newly paved road to welcome you to Caberfae Peaks… and more! Here’s a summary of [...]

New Chairlift At Caberfae Peaks For the 2016-17 Ski Season
We are proud to announce the installation of highest chairlift in Northern Michigan! A brand new Doppelmayr, triple chair is currently being installed for the 2016/2017 season. The new chairlift will have a top elevation of 1561′ and will provide an incredible 360 degree view of the surrounding Manistee National Forest. The new fixed-grip triple chairlift [...]

What’s New (via Facebook) at Michigan Ski and Snowboard Areas

Thursday November 9th, 2017 - 2:29 pm

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#whatsnewNordic Updates from Hanson Hills.

We are pleased to announce a few exciting changes to our Nordic Operations for the 2017-18 Season.
1.CLASSIC ONLY- We have added 5 kilometers to our Wilderness Trail making it a looped classic only adventure trail. With fun section names including Wanderlust, PB&J, Sunset Ridge and the soon to be famous Buck Snort!!
2. SHORTCUT – We have opened a Service trail that could serve as a shortcut between the Red and the Green Trail to help our groomer/ski patrollers easily navigate trails without having to ride the whole system.
3. IN MEMORY OF -There will be a newer waxing bench added to our main lodge, the bench was donated from Michael Seaman’s Trust, this was his personal bench, that he prepped many ski’s on! We are honored to have this in memory of Mike and we hope you remember his athletic spirit as you prep your skis! We will also have envelopes for Mike’s Scholarship fund available in the lodge for all those who wish to donate!
4. GROOMER LOVE- We are adding an additional Bear Cat Groomer Special to our grooming fleet!!
5. GOING THE DISTANCE- You will notice on our redesigned maps, point to point distances between colors!! Look for a new Trail Head (Coming Soon) signboard as well!
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