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Sleigh Ride And Cross Country Snowshoe Dining At Michigan Resorts

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Mountaintop sleigh ride and snowshoe dining have long been popular activities at western resorts. Three northern Michigan resorts are now embracing the tradition with signature style. Ski Brule, Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain tender a truly unique outdoor experience.

Brule combines a sleigh ride to the resort’s 1880 Homestead Lodge where you feast on a Homestead BBQ dinner. Relax by the old fashioned pot belly stove, listen to acoustic guitar music and watch children tube on a nearby hill. It takes place every Saturday night throughout the season. The free sleigh ride departs from the bottom of Homestead Trail and operates back and forth between 5-8 p.m. The BBQ dinner is Adult $19 , Junior (age 10-17) $15, Kids (age 0-9) $11, Family $82 (includes 2 adults & up to 4 dependent children ages 17 & under).

Boyne Highlands Aonach Mor Moonlight Dinner unfolds on North Peak. A 15-minute sleigh ride takes guests to the top of the peak where the mountaintop lodge is aglow with candlelight and an acoustic guitarist plays softly in the background. On clear nights, the lights of the Mackinac Bridge are visible nearly 30 miles away. Upon arrival, guests disembark at an inviting bonfire before sitting down to a three-course dinner illuminated by candlelight in a cozy cabin setting. The cost for dinner and sleigh ride experience is $148 per person for the 2023/24 season, and is available through February.

Boyne Mountain hosts the Summit-To-Stein's Snowshoe Supper every Saturday evening through mid-March. A dining experience that you won't soon forget. Take a lift up to the top of the Mountain, walk across the lit up Sky Bridge and snowshoe your way to a gourmet prime rib and shrimp supper. The all-inclusive price is $130 per person includes a ride on the famed Hemlock chairlift, one-way evening walk across the lighted SkyBridge, hot toddy at Disciple's Overlook, snowshoe rental and a guided snowshoe hike, Prime Rib back down to Stein Eriksen's for a gourmet dinner.

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