Ski season is nearly upon us. It’s time to lift your skis and snowboards from atop your garage wall, dust them off and go on a gnarly skiing adventure. Luckily, Bluegreen has you covered. Many of our finest resorts are located near world-class slopes, so find out about our best skiing adventures and get your schuss on.
Skiing at Mountain Run at Boyne™
Michigan’s Boyne Mountain, where Mountain Run at Boyne is situated, is the largest ski paradise in the Midwest. Staying at this resort will give you access to 14 lifts and 50 cross-country trails, spanning skill levels from beginner to ski maniac. Some villas will grant you ski-in, ski-out access at the base of one of Boyne Mountain’s black diamond runs, the Super Bowl.
Trails are divided by colors, based on difficulty and the skill level required. The Green Circle trails offer gentle slopes that are perfect for beginners. The steeper Blue Square trails are perfect for average skiers. Black Diamond trails are for advanced skiers, and Double Black Diamond are the toughest on Boyne Mountain. Snowboards are also welcome if your tastes run that way.
Boyne Mountain’s season runs from November 24 through April 16.
Skiing at Christmas Mountain Village
Christmas Mountain Village has something to offer resort-goers year round, but it’s for good reason the holiday season gives Christmas Mountain Village its name. This enchanting resort includes 16 downhill runs that range from novice to black diamond. In general, Christmas Mountain is terrific for those working on their ski expertise.
Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the gorgeous Wisconsin countryside with miles of cross-country skiing trails and 40 acres of skiable terrain.
Opening day is tentatively November 25 and runs through March 19, with tubing season extended to April 2.
Skiing at South Mountain Resort
Within the New Hampshire countryside, surrounded by the White Mountains, is a retreat called South Mountain Resort. Nearby mountains offer world-class skiing, and ski passes are available. Among other nearby choices is Loon Mountain, less than five miles away, with 61 trails, 370 skiable acres and 28 miles of trails.
At Loon Mountain, you can also Nordic ski through 20 kilometers of trails running parallel to the Pemigewasset River into the White Mountain National Forest. The mountain’s newest peak, South Peak, has seven trails with 70 acres of skiing.
Loon Mountain’s season opens in mid-November and closes in mid-April.
Ski for a Week
Plan your snow sports getaway now with Bluegreen’s Explorer offer, which includes any of the three skiing destinations we mentioned: Mountain Run at Boyne, South Mountain Resort and Christmas Mountain Village. Discover your ski journey today!
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