Thank you passholders! Your heart belongs to Boyne Mountain. Maybe it’s the place where you fell in love for the first time, or the third. Maybe it’s the place where you took your first lesson as kid and now ride the magic carpet with your own children. Either way, your passion for skiing and riding here runs deep.
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With superior snowmaking and grooming of 435 acres and 55 downhill runs, three terrain parks including a halfpipe — and a whole lot more — Boyne Highlands Resort offers up an experience with unparalleled tradition unlike any other!
When you purchase a Boyne Highlands season pass you can rest easy with our Worry-Free Winter Assurance Plan. The Worry-Free Winter Assurance Plan is included as part of your Boyne Highlands season pass purchase.
We know this winter will look a little bit different at Boyne Highlands, and you’ll notice that we’ve made changes around the resort with guidance from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and recommendations from the state and local health department. Our goal is to do our best in ensuring the safety of our guests, staff, and the community.
Cleaning – Enhanced Cleaning, Resort Wide
Face Masks – Plus Social Distancing
Less Contact – Contactless Transactions
FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED
Guests ages 5+ and all resort team members must wear an adequate face covering while at Boyne Highlands Resort. This requirement applies at all times in indoor public areas (lobbies, hallways, restrooms, restaurants, shops). This requirement also applies in all outdoor areas where a minimum 6 foot distance from others cannot be maintained.
Our team members are continuously updated and trained on the evolving standards and practices we are upholding to provide safety and enjoyment during your visit. We ask that you too help in ensuring safety for all by mindfully adhering to our requirements, following guidance provided by our team members, and observing signage when visiting Boyne Highlands Resort.
When dining at Boyne Highlands Resort or vising any venue serving food and/or beverages, a face covering must be worn at all times except when actually eating or drinking. This includes while being seated, when ordering, and upon departure.
When golfing at Boyne Highlands Resort, a face covering must be worn in the arrival/cart check-in area and golf shop, when interacting with any golf course personnel, and when visiting with any guests not in the group with whom you checked in. If distanced at least 6 feet from others, face coverings are not required while on the course or driving range.
When visiting The Spa at Boyne Highlands, a face covering must be worn in all areas of the facility including lobby, relaxation and locker areas, and treatment rooms. A face covering may be removed when face down during a massage and during facial or wet treatments.
When biking at Boyne Highlands Resort and in areas where distancing six or more feet isn’t possible, face coverings are required. Due to chin bars providing very limited coverage, a full-face biking helmet does not suffice as a face covering. An adequate face covering must be worn with such helmets.
A face covering must be worn in the resort village/base areas when unable to maintain a distance of six or more feet from anyone outside of your family/party.
A face covering must be worn at all times while waiting to load a chairlift, and in the loading and unloading areas.
When participating in activities such as hiking at Boyne Highlands Resort, a face covering must be worn in the check-in area and anywhere a distance of at least 6 feet from others cannot be maintained.
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Boyne Highlands – Photos From Instagram
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Boyne Highlands – Photos From Instagram
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"Behold, Jesus Christ crucified, who is the only foundation of our hope; He is our mediator and advocate; the victim and sacrifice for our sins. He is goodness and patience itself; His mercy is moved by the tears of sinners, and he never refuses pardon and grace to those who ask it with a truly contrite and humbled heart."
- St. Charles Borromeo...
National Retro Day. Here is a picture from a Petoskey News Review Article from 1988 as Toski-Sands owners Dale Bradley and George Gerrie celebrated 20 years of being open. The men picked a spot on M-119 on the way to Nubs Nob and Boyne Highlands and wanted the name to illustrate that they were open all year. Thus, "to ski" in the winter and "sands" in the summer. Toski-Sands was born. April will mark 54 years for our special spot here in Little Traverse Bay.
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