Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain are two popular ski resorts in Northern Michigan. Big Powderhorn and Pine Mountain are popular resorts in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Located in Harbor Springs, Boyne Highlands has more skiable acres than any other resort in Lower Michigan. The resort includes 55 alpine slopes, dozens of kilometers of designated snowshoeing and cross- country skiing areas and the state’s longest ski run. Guests have access to local snowmobile trails. The resort offers night skiing. Boyne Highlands is a year-round resort, offering fishing, hiking, golf, zip lining and other warm weather activities.
Located in Boyne Falls, Boyne Mountain is a sister ski resort to Boyne Highlands. The resort includes 60 downhill runs, seven terrain parks for skiers and snowboarders and 35 kilometers of space for snowshoeing, ice skating and cross-country trails. Boyne Mountain offers night skiing and activities throughout the year.
Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort is located in Bessemer and has 253 acres of skiable terrain, including 33 trails and multiple terrain parks. The resort won “Favorite Downhill Terrain” from a vote by visitors to OnTheSnow.com.
Whitecap Mountain Resort is located near the town of Iron and the western side of the Lake Superior Snow Belt. The resort includes 43 runs spread across three Whitecap Mountains.