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"This is Mount Bohemia, a tiny ski area on Michigan's Upper Peninsula where chutes, cornices and cliffs — all alpine attributes heretofore unheard of in the Midwest — exist on a 1,465-foot hill overlooking Lake Superior."

"Mount Bohemia is an anomaly in its region, where short runs, manmade snow and icy groomed slopes are the norm. With 900 feet of vertical drop and runs that reach close to a mile in length, Bohemia is also one of the highest ski resorts in the Midwest.
“Mount Bohemia has very little in common with other Midwestern ski areas,” said Sam Moulton, a Chicago-based editor with Skiing Magazine who grew up skiing in the Midwest. “The runs at Bohemia are legitimately steep and sporting, with quality fall-line skiing.”