As the holidays are approaching, there are so many holiday activities to check out.

Have you heard of SkyBridge Michigan?

You should definitely visit this holiday season.

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SkyBridge Michigan is lighting up your life during the holiday season!

From November 22nd through March 31, the SkyBridge at Boyne will have a massive light display.

It is all thanks to Zoro's Lights of Livonia. The company installed more than 150,000 twinkling lights.

Director of Communications for Boyne Michigan, Erin Ernst, spoke with MLive about the SkyBridge lighting up.

"Holiday merriment kicks off with SkyBridge Michigan’s spectacular holiday light display, running from Nov. 22 through March 31, and graced with a holiday light installation by Zoro’s Lights of Livonia, Michigan, staring over 150,000 twinkling lights. There’s no better way to celebrate the holidays than by immersing in the crisp winter air while venturing across the world’s longest timber-towered suspension bridge, adorned in a mesmerizing tapestry of lights.”

If you want more details about the SkyBridge or to buy tickets, you can visit the website here.

Holiday Open House

Besides the lights, the resort hosts its annual holiday open house on December 16th.

With the lights on SkyBridge Michigan, there will be scenic chair rides on the Hemlock Lift, pictures with Santa, and a Grinchmas meet-greet with hot cocoa with The Grinch.

WXYZ shared that,

"The bridge spans 1,203 feet long between the peaks of McLouth and Disciples Ridge at Boyne Mountain. It's 118 feet at its highest and guests can take rides on the chairlift to go up to the mountain's top."

SkyBridge Michigan seems like the place to be.

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