Where is Mount Bohemia?
Located in Lac La Belle (Mohawk), on the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Mount Bohemia is the closest to a backcountry or sidecountry experience you will receive here in the Midwest. The Keweenaw region of the U.P. boasts some of the most snowfall, with cold Canadian air ripping across and hitting Lake Superior for classic lake effect snow that on average, brings upwards of 273″ to Bohemia a year.
How Difficult is Mount Bohemia?
Just as the sign states out front of Mount Bohemia, No Beginners Allowed.
Bohemia consists of 70+ named trails, all black diamond trails, none of which are groomed. This is definitely not a place to take the family. Mount Bohemia boasts terrain only found in big mountain skiing and snowboarding. Features like chutes, cliff drops and large forest laden bowls, Bohemia will challenge the most seasons skiers and snowboarders. For first timers, we recommend checking out Bohemia’s quick guide for reference.
How Much are Lift Tickets?
For the 2021/2022 ski season, you can expect to pay $85 per day to access Mount Bohemia. Season passes are the best route to go if you’re planning on multiple days a year at Bohemia. The ski area’s annual Season Pass Sale lets you ride there for just $99 an entire season. Plus, Bohemia has partnerships with ski areas throughout the state and U.S. for select days. Simply put, this is one of the best ski deals around. While we don’t have any deals on lift tickets to Mount Bohemia, we do recommend checking out our Michigan Ski Deals page for select resorts.
Where to Stay at Mount Bohemia?
Accommodations are available on-site at Mount Bohemia, and include trail side cabins, Yurts or go the economical route and stay in the hostel or camp trail side.
If you’re looking to stay nearby, we recommend skipping VRBO and AirBnB. While they’re viable options, we trend toward supporting the other local businesses and resorts in Lac La Belle.