A Minneapolis Star-Tribune writer reviews the slopes at the two Boyne ski resorts.
: Perhaps Midwesterners were not meant to downhill ski. Consider what they’ve been given: flat terrain, subzero windchills and fickle helpings of a ski weekend’s most crucial ingredient. During my first morning at Boyne Mountain Resort in northern Michigan, the server at the ski lodge restaurant pointed to the broad windows that led to the slopes I’d soon be whooshing down.
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Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune