Petoskey, Michigan

Boyne Mountain – Summit-to-Stein’s Snowshoe Supper – February 23 – 24, 2018

Stein Eriksen’s

Friday, February 23, 2018
Saturday, February 24, 2018
6:00pm

Get a lift to the top and snowshoe your way to dinner!

Offered every Friday and Saturday evening through March 10.

In true Boyne Mountain fashion, we have taken an ordinary dinner and made it, well, more fun! Whether you are dining with family, catching up with couples, or escaping the real world, we think that indulgence is more savory when earned and shared.

The evening will begin at 6pm on our most historic chairlift, Hemlock. Cozy up with a special someone on the double chair and take in the views of the Boyne Valley before reaching the summit. Warm up inside the Eagle’s Nest with some spiced wine and hot cocoa as your Snowshoe Guide helps you gear up with snowshoes. The guided snowshoe hike departs the Eagle’s Nest at 6:30pm. Digest the beauty of twilight like never before while meandering through snow-covered trees and trails on foot. Gathering with the group at the halfway point bonfire, complete with hot toddies and warm cocoa, is sure to leave a lasting impression. Stomp the rest of the way down Cold Springs before arriving at your dinner destination, Stein Eriksen’s. Snowshoers will sit down to a three-course meal paired with live entertainment to complete the this fun dining adventure.

The Menu: Fondue Experience

  • First Course: Mixed Greens, Grape Tomatoes, Shaved Red Onion Champagne Vinaigrette
  • Second Course: Cheese Fondue- Appenzeller, Emmental, Gruyere, Reisling, Crusty Ciabatta
  • Third Course: Dark Chocolate Ganache, Pound Cake, Rice Krispie, Cookie Dough

Cost is $59 per person, not including tax and gratuity. Includes chairlift ride, hot beverage at Eagle’s Nest, snowshoe rental, hot beverage at bonfire, and three-course dinner at Stein Eriksen’s.

Reservations are limited, please call Bobbie Jo today at 231.549.6854 to book this fun dining adventure.

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Monday 6th July 2020, 14:03

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Work where you love to play! We are currently looking for fun and friendly people to join our team this summer. Be a part of something special and join the Boyne Mountain family today.

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Saturday 4th July 2020, 9:33

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Happy 4th of July from all of us at Boyne Mountain! 🇺🇸

Friday 3rd July 2020, 13:16

Boyne Mountain Resort

As we welcome guests to the resort this summer, we want you to know that our commitment to the safety of our patrons and employees is unwavering. Each day brings new challenges and we recently had possible exposure to COVID-19 from a family that began feeling ill, departed the resort, and later self-reported positive results for two members of the family. All lodging guests staying during those dates were notified, as were all team members, and the Health Department of Northwest Michigan was consulted for proper handling. We are now strictly enforcing all guests to wear face coverings in common areas. This includes all indoor locations such as our restaurants, hotel lobbies, Adventure Center, and restrooms. Employees are required to wear face masks at all times.

We have also made the tough decision to cancel Tuesday Bike Nights & Car Cruise-Ins for the remainder of the summer. We feel that proper social distancing, mask wearing, and hand sanitizing is the key to a healthy experience for all and we like you all too much to put you at unnecessary risk. Thank you for your continued commitment to Boyne Mountain; we wish you all a happy and healthy 4th of July weekend!

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As we welcome guests to the resort this summer, we want you to know that our commitment to the safety of our patrons and employees is unwavering. Each day brings new challenges and we recently had possible exposure to COVID-19 from a family that began feeling ill, departed the resort, and later self-reported positive results for two members of the family.  All lodging guests staying during those dates were notified, as were all team members, and the Health Department of Northwest Michigan was consulted for proper handling.  We are now strictly enforcing all guests to wear face coverings in common areas. This includes all indoor locations such as our restaurants, hotel lobbies, Adventure Center, and restrooms. Employees are required to wear face masks at all times. 
 
We have also made the tough decision to cancel Tuesday Bike Nights & Car Cruise-Ins for the remainder of the summer. We feel that proper social distancing, mask wearing, and hand sanitizing is the key to a healthy experience for all and we like you all too much to put you at unnecessary risk. Thank you for your continued commitment to Boyne Mountain; we wish you all a happy and healthy 4th of July weekend! 

For latest resort updates: https://bit.ly/BMSummer2020

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What the hell were you doing before this? “We are now strictly enforcing all guests to wear face coverings in common areas. This includes all indoor locations such as our restaurants, hotel lobbies, Adventure Center, and restrooms. Employees are required to wear face masks at all times.”

I would like to know the dates as well. It would be nice to release these dates especially with Bluegreen next store. We are Bluegreen owners and always visit Boyne Mountain Resort every trip fir restaurants, shopping, water park, etc

Thanks for making the tough decisions and keeping everyone safe. #WearYourMasks!

Thank you for your commitment & honesty🇺🇸

Exactly why we didn’t get a room for our annual 4th of July getaway. See you next year.

I'm happy to hear of these measures.

Are the chairlift rides open? We are supposed to come in August from Texas

Is the water park closed?

Nooooooo... we have so much fun at Bike Night!!

New information has come to light man......

Any fireworks this weekend?

Beverly Robilotta Reginelli

Laura Nejedlik

April Candy Cuttner...READ...

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Deanne Jackson Jarema

What were the dates that the possible exposure could have occurred? You could have had visitors that did not stay on property that should be aware as well. And for guests that could have stayed on property immediately after the infected guests.

Lauren Wise

Oh geez

Yikes

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Thursday 2nd July 2020, 10:38

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Summertime in full bloom 🌼

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That’s a great picture! ❤️

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Oh so beautiful!

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