Boyne Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Boyne Falls, MI  US
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Boyne Mountain Terrain

State-of-the-art snowmaking, grooming and lift technology transform 60 runs into an exciting stage for those seeking the thrills of skiing, snowboarding or tubing. Boyne Mountain is known for it's convenient lift and trail systems that cater not only to the expert snow enthusiasts but to beginners in a way that makes skiing and riding easier than ever to learn and enjoy.

The mountain provides a scenic backdrop for those seeking a more relaxed winter getaway. Miles of groomed cross country ski trails, huge outdoor hot tubs and pool, memorable dining venues, warm fireplaces, specialty shops, well organized children's programs and the famously lively apre-ski scene are just some of the likely pastimes for you to enjoy at Boyne Mountain.

Boyne Mountain Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 1
Tarrain Parks: 4

With six terrain parks, a mini-halfpipe, and over 30 features spread around the mountain there’s plenty of variety to always find a creative line and a new challenge. In addition to the Meadows Park, Chmielewski Park, Funland and the Fritz's Progression Park we have added the Transfer Station, a "natural" terrain park as well as a NEW Burton Riglet Park to give young riders an jumpstart. For the latest information on all the terrain parks at Boyne Mountain check out RideBOYNE.com

Boyne Mountain Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 1,120 Ft / 341 M
Base 620 Ft / 189 M
Vertical 500 Ft / 152 M
Acres 415 Ac / 168 Hc
Annual Snow 140" / 356cm
Snowmaking 90%
Longest Run: 5,280 Ft / 1,609 M
Toughest Trail Devil's Dive
29%
41%
30%
0%
Trails: 60
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? Yes
Lifts Season/Hours
High-Speed 6: 1
Quads: 4
Triples: 3
Doubles: 2
Other: 4
Capacity (per hr): 22650
Season:
From 11/22/2012 to 4/21/2013
Sunday: 9A-4:30P
Monday: 9A-4:30P
Tuesday: 9A-4:30P
Wednesday: 9A-9P
Thursday: 9A-9P
Friday: 9A-9P
Saturday: 9A-9P
Mountain
Summit 1,120 Ft / 341 M
Base 620 Ft / 189 M
Vertical 500 Ft / 152 M
Acres 415 Ac / 168 Hc
Annual Snow 140" / 356cm
Snowmaking 90%
Longest Run: 5,280 Ft / 1,609 M
Toughest Trail Devil's Dive
Terrain
29%
41%
30%
0%
Trails: 60
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? Yes
Lifts
High-Speed 6: 1
Quads: 4
Triples: 3
Doubles: 2
Other: 4
Capacity (per hr): 22650
Season/Hours
Season:
From 11/22/2012 to 4/21/2013
Sunday: 9A-4:30P
Monday: 9A-4:30P
Tuesday: 9A-4:30P
Wednesday: 9A-9P
Thursday: 9A-9P
Friday: 9A-9P
Saturday: 9A-9P

What's New This Season at Boyne Mountain

This winter, Boyne Highlands adds another 40 Boyne Low-E fan guns and Boyne Mountain adds 10 of the proprietary snow guns. Both resorts have installed new electronic live-time signage at the base of the slopes, providing guests with easy access to the open/close status of trails and chairlifts. Boyne Mountain’s beginner chairlift, Boyneland, will see increased up-hill capacity this season with the addition of 13 triple chairs on the lift. Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain have partnered with Burton Snowboards to develop Riglet Parks at the resorts for the 2012-13 season. The parks are the first to be built in northern Michigan, and join just one other park in the state. Riglet Parks offer on-snow play areas with fun terrain and features designed to introduce children ages 3 to 6 to snowboarding.

Information last updated 12/09/2012.