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post #8 of (permalink) Old 09-20-2011, 04:42 PM
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Originally Posted by C.B. View Post
Idk if you have heard of mt.Bohemia in the U.P. never been there but have heard good things. I'm going to be heading there with a couple buddies over winter break.

Apparently its 900 ft of vertical, and they don't do any grooming or snowmaking, but they get like 300 inches of snow in the yoop so they can get away with it. I looked at a trail map and it looks like its all tight blacks and glades. I'm pretty excited about it.
Well, you enjoy that! Too rich for my blood. Just got into snowboarding a few years ago, learned by falling, and still haven't mastered getting more than 1 inch of air without crashing(exaggeration, but not by much) as for the black diamonds - I have still yet to hit the back bowl at Welch at full speed without putting on the breaks...maybe this year. I enjoy my cruisers, like moose mt. at Lutsen, but would love longer runs, less people and more powder. Perhaps I'll have to cough up the $$ for a trip out west.
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