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Midwest ski resorts spent a busy summer and fall getting ready for the 2002 ski season. Here is a tour of some of the new additions ready to greet this season's skiers.
After losing financial support from the local government, the developers of the proposed Mt. Bohemia ski area in Michigan have upped the ante and will pay all costs.
New mountain resort aims to offer challenging terrain and Rockies-style skiing to the Midwest, when it opens for the 2000-2001 season.
Mt. Bohemia, MI had its highly anticipated opening over New Year's Weekend. The mountain boasts a series of rocky chutes, skiable glades, and 900 vertical feet of terrain, the most in the Midwest.
The controversy over the proposed development of the Mt. Bohemia Ski Area in Michigan's Upper Peninsula continues heatedly through the summer but the end may be in sight.
Midwest skiers will enjoy new ski areas and new improvement at familiar areas this season.
The proposed Mt. Bohemia ski area in Michigan's upper peninsula has been stalled, at least for the time being, by local opposition. The developers will announce a final decision later this month.
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