Home Mountain: Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resort, OH
As a professional ski instructor and guide at Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resort in the FrozenTundra of Peninsula Ohio, I know the mountain like the back of my hand, and let me tell you, there’s a lot to know. No joke, this place is huge. The high alpine is un-be-lievable – it’s absolutely unreal. Literally, it’s just not real. And the cliffs, the cliffs! Like nothing you’ve everseen before! Telluride? Pah! The bumps are also something to see, and they?re on a run called North Bowl, so you know it?s gonna be good. Mary Jane Who? I mean, seriously, it?s on an effing northerly aspect, and it has bowl in the name, so how could it not be good? From the lift you can see people zipper lining the bumps like there’s no tomorrow, you?ve gotta believe me, it’s something to see. But where this place really shines, is the powder days. You wake up for dawn patrol and hear the lifts start spinning at 10 am and the snowplow clearing the parking; you check the snow report and see 3? of freshies on the board; you know it?ll be a day for therecord books. Sliding over the buttery smooth lake-effect-man-made-mix is a feeling you?ll never forget. Steamboat?s Champagne Powder? PUH-lease. This shit?s the real deal. And the lodge. My god this place is nice. If you’ve been to snowbasin in the Wasatch, and checkedout their digs, then you visit Boston Mills’ lodge, you’ll realize what a dump snowbasin really is.Northeast Ohio is where it?s f#$%^&*g at. And let me tell you this, and really, this comes straight from my heart…I?M THE BEST SKIER ON THE MOUNTAIN.
Note: The people I work with at Boston Mills are good people, and believe it or not, there are some very good skiers that rep The Mills, and there are certainly good times to be had. After all, at the end of the day it?s all just sliding on snow, right?Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)