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Part Number Boyne Mountain
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Feature: Boyne Falls, MI
Feature: Driving Directions
Feature: 2001
Feature: 18
Feature 5 Yes / No
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Rating boyne falls
well, traveled with six, two new discers , was expensive because they wouldnt walk. out of all of us jim had an ace on 4 , and shot 3 down, why no concrete tees , ..i dont know. i shot par with accuracy an issue. nic downhill hike , camping near, lace em up tite. jb
  Reviewed by:   from toledo ohio. on 6/20/2011
Rating Not too shabby.
Fun course, lots of downhill drives with big alley ways. You play working your way down the left face of the front hill at Boyne. The main 6-man lift is only running Monday through Thursday, and it costs a few dollars or something (not sure) to get a ride up. I've been told by Boyne employees on site that you have to walk up during the weekends, which is completely ridiculous, because I'm in good shape and there is no way in hell I would want to play 9 after hiking up to the start. That being said, I suggest taking 2 cars (1 as a chaser, think of it like going down a river), and finding a place to park your car near but not in sight of the cart path by the 6-man lift (the path begins at the base of the run "Superbowl", and merges with "Cold Springs" to the top) Some employees took it as a big deal that I parked up there, and others could care less. It's really hit or miss with a corporate giant, but you won't get in trouble regardless. But now that they have begun advertising and running zip lines that cross all above the course, you might have a harder time not being seen (not that sneakiness is key, neccessarily). All the signage is pretty much there, but it's super sketchy for finding your way. I would have given up my first time after about 9 or 10 if I didn't play with someone who knew.
  Reviewed by:   from East Jordan, Michigan. on 7/21/2010
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