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Ski Brule Snow Report – 03/14

Snow Conditions Report: 3/14/19

Ski Brule is open 9-4:00 on 17 of 17 trails, serviced by Snowshoe, Sunrise, Homestead, North Forty & Bambi, Bunny & Gentle Ben Rope Tow . Cross Country, Snowshoe & Fat Tire bike trails are open and were groomed 3/9/19. 56-70″ base is power tilled and groomed. The conditions are out of sight!

Homestead BBQ, Tubing and Sleigh Ride Thursday 5-8:00. Reservations are required by 4pm through Bear’s Den Pro Shop or the Lodging Office.

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New Snow: 0 in.

Base: 56 – 70″

Lifts: 7

Runs: 17

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Friday May 24th, 2019 - 10:57 am

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Let's Go Fishing!
Michigan is blessed with an abundance of cold, quality trout waters offering 38,000 plus miles of classified trout streams. Remarkably, 868 miles are considered premier top-quality streams, which Michigan classifies as its Blue Ribbon Trout Streams.

Blue Ribbon Trout Stream must meet certain standards or criteria. It must be one of Michigan’s best trout streams, be able to support excellent stocks of wild resident trout, have the physical characteristics to permit fly casting but be shallow enough to wade, produce a diverse insect life and good fly hatches, and have earned a reputation for providing an excellent trout fishing experience and have excellent water quality.

Management of Blue Ribbon Streams by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources is directed toward accommodating the needs of the trout angler, maintaining strong stocks of wild resident trout that best suit the character of each stream, maintaining and enhancing trout habitat and the natural stream environment, providing adequate public access and public frontage and preparing appropriate informational materials on these special Blue Ribbon Trout Streams of Michigan.

Iron County is home of 6 of Michigan’s best.
Brule River, Iron County (M-73 to M-189)
Cooks Run, Iron County (US-2 to Paint River)
Fence River, Iron County (Junct. with East Branch to downstream edge of Section 35, T45N, R31W – See Plat Book)
Iron River, Iron County (Raft Lake (T43N, R36W, Section 12) to City of Iron River
Paint River (South Branch), Iron County (Forest Road 3270 to Gibbs City
Ford River, Dickinson County (Upstream edge of Section 15, T43N, R30W to Henderson
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Lets Go Fishing!
Michigan is blessed with an abundance of cold, quality trout waters offering 38,000 plus miles of classified trout streams. Remarkably, 868 miles are considered premier top-quality streams, which Michigan classifies as its Blue Ribbon Trout Streams.

Blue Ribbon Trout Stream must meet certain standards or criteria. It must be one of Michigan’s best trout streams, be able to support excellent stocks of wild resident trout, have the physical characteristics to permit fly casting but be shallow enough to wade, produce a diverse insect life and good fly hatches, and have earned a reputation for providing an excellent trout fishing experience and have excellent water quality.

Management of Blue Ribbon Streams by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources is directed toward accommodating the needs of the trout angler, maintaining strong stocks of wild resident trout that best suit the character of each stream, maintaining and enhancing trout habitat and the natural stream environment, providing adequate public access and public frontage and preparing appropriate informational materials on these special Blue Ribbon Trout Streams of Michigan.

Iron County is home of 6 of Michigan’s best.
Brule River, Iron County (M-73 to M-189)
Cooks Run, Iron County (US-2 to Paint River)
Fence River, Iron County (Junct. with East Branch to downstream edge of Section 35, T45N, R31W – See Plat Book)
Iron River, Iron County (Raft Lake (T43N, R36W, Section 12) to City of Iron River
Paint River (South Branch), Iron County (Forest Road 3270 to Gibbs City
Ford River, Dickinson County (Upstream edge of Section 15, T43N, R30W to Henderson

Thursday May 23rd, 2019 - 10:53 am

Ski Brule

Horse Race Rapids is a 0.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Crystal Falls, Michigan that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from June until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail. Only 15 minutes from Ski Brule. Stay the weekend at Ski Brule and enjoy this adventures in Iron County. ... See MoreSee Less

Horse Race Rapids is a 0.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Crystal Falls, Michigan that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from June until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail.  Only 15 minutes from Ski Brule.  Stay the weekend at Ski Brule and enjoy this adventures in Iron County.

Monday May 20th, 2019 - 11:04 am

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Golf at Young’s – a Truly Special Experience
Only 10 minutes from Ski Brule - stay & play!
Golfing at Young’s 18-hole championship course is a special experience. Pristine greens, views of shimmering Chicaugon Lake and the serenity of beautiful Upper Michigan forests elevate your golfing experience. Whether you’re planning a golf outing for a foursome, a party of twelve or a charity golf tournament, an exceptional time awaits you in Iron River. Plan your Young’s golf outing and prep your golf game with our virtual caddy experience! Keep scrolling to get tips and experience a fly-over of each hole!

George Young Golf Course Revitalized
Young’s was founded by George & Margaret Young, who generously donated their 3000+ acre estate and established a trust so it could remain an affordable golf and recreation destination for visitors and residents of Iron County. Our management and staff continue this mission with a focus on gracious service and maintaining an atmosphere that welcomes golfers, swimmers, and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. In keeping with the Youngs’ vision, Iron County residents enjoy discounted greens fees and membership rates, and Iron County juniors (18 and under) golf for free.
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Golf at Young’s – a Truly Special Experience
Only 10 minutes from Ski Brule - stay & play!
Golfing at Young’s 18-hole championship course is a special experience. Pristine greens, views of shimmering Chicaugon Lake and the serenity of beautiful Upper Michigan forests elevate your golfing experience. Whether you’re planning a golf outing for a foursome, a party of twelve or a charity golf tournament, an exceptional time awaits you in Iron River. Plan your Young’s golf outing and prep your golf game with our virtual caddy experience! Keep scrolling to get tips and experience a fly-over of each hole!

George Young Golf Course Revitalized
Young’s was founded by George & Margaret Young, who generously donated their 3000+ acre estate and established a trust so it could remain an affordable golf and recreation destination for visitors and residents of Iron County. Our management and staff continue this mission with a focus on gracious service and maintaining an atmosphere that welcomes golfers, swimmers, and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. In keeping with the Youngs’ vision, Iron County residents enjoy discounted greens fees and membership rates, and Iron County juniors (18 and under) golf for free.

 

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Their restaurant/bar food is also very good! I have enjoyed eating there and watching sports! Beautiful facility’s!

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