FYI — this is a post I wrote on the old The Wisconsin Skier and there is a lot of search requests coming in for this post so I replicate it here.
No, this review is not written or based on experience from yours truly, but is notable for the publication it appears in.
The New York Times reviews Mt. Bohemia. Here is a sample:
“Indeed, Mount Bohemia is an anomaly in its region, where short runs, manmade snow and icy groomed slopes are the norm. With 900 feet of vertical drop and runs that reach close to a mile in length, Bohemia is also one of the highest ski resorts in the Midwest.”
Visit The New York Times Going to Extremes on Midwestern Slopes for the complete review (if it is still up on their site).
I will have to start seeking out bump skiing more aggressively and get better with bumps.