Petoskey, Michigan

Boyne Mountain Ski Resort

With 60 downhill runs, Boyne Mountain’s commitment to skiing is every bit as strong as it’s always been.

When snowboarding came along, Boyne was quick to welcome new generations of riders to the slopes – and to make way for seven terrain parks where skiers and snowboarders alike could catch air and push winter’s boundaries.

Add the allure of the nation’s first six-person high-speed chair, 35 kilometers of cross-country trailssnowshoeing, and ice skating, and Boyne Mountain still claims its place as the perfect spot to blow off some winter steam.

As for the other three seasons of the year? Trust us. Life doesn’t slow down here at Boyne Mountain. In fact, our capacity for excitement grows from one year to the next.

The fun just keeps on coming. And that’s exactly the way we like it.

Mountain Stats

Vertical Drop 500 feet
Runs 60
Longest Run Cold Springs (1 mile)
Skiable Acreage 415 acres
Slope Difficulty 30% Expert,
41% Intermediate,
29% Beginner
Free Beginner Areas 14 acres
Lifts 10 chairlifts, including a 6-place high speed, and 2 surface lifts
Average Snowfall 140 inches
Cross Country Trails – 35 kilometers
Terrain Parks 7 Parks, 1 Skier/Boardercross Course


Boyne Mountain Resort
1 Boyne Mountain Road
Boyne Falls, MI 49713

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