BOYNE FALLS, MI (November 25, 2015) — The two largest ski resorts in Michigan are taking advantage of the winter weather firing up their fleets of Boyne Low-E fan guns for the first snowmaking push of the season. The resorts started making snow on Friday, Nov. 20, and resumed snowmaking on the 21.
“The excitement of laying down the first fresh blanket of snow knowing that we’ll soon be carving our way down the slopes is thrilling,” said Erin Ernst, director of communications for Boyne Mountain Resort and Boyne Highlands Resort.
Although opening dates have not been set, the resorts plan to continue making snow at every opportunity and open the slopes as soon as conditions allow.
For web cams, and snowmaking and conditions updates, visit boynemountain.com or boynehighlands.com
The BOYNE experience offers snowsports on two mountains, Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs and Boyne Mountain Resort in Boyne Falls, located 27 miles apart, offering Lower Michigan’s highest vertical and longest runs. Lift tickets and season passes are interchangeable, providing the best value in Michigan. Preseason Ski & Stay packages with breakfast are available for booking now at Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain. When staying on a package, ages 9-15, receive reduced rates and kids ages 8 and under sleep, ski/ride, and eat breakfast for free!
PRESS RELEASE SOURCE: Boyne Mountain Resort
Director of Communications