Ski Brule
Iron River, Michigan ski resort that has it all for your skiing and snowboarding fun. On average Ski Brule's season is 6 months and known for the longest season in the Midwest. Other activities include sleigh rides and fat bike trails.
Closest Town: Iron River, Michigan
Mountain Statistics
Vertical Rise500 ft
Base Elevation1361 ft
Summit Elevation1861 ft
Annual Snowfall150 inches
Number of Trails17
Skiable Acres150
Longest Runn/a
Snowmakingyes
Ski Trail Difficulty
Lifts
Number of Lifts11
Gondolas/Trams0
High Speed Quad Chairs0
Quad Chairs0
Triple Chairs0
Double Chairs5
Surface Lifts6
Lift Capacityn/a
Season Dates
Season 2018Opened 11/10/17
Season 201711/22/16 to 04/09/17 (139 days)
Season 201611/22/15 to 04/17/16 (148 days)
Season 201511/07/14 to 04/19/15 (164 days)
Season 201411/08/13 to 04/22/14 (166 days)
Season 201311/08/12 to 04/26/13 (170 days)
Resort Features
Snowboarding
Night Skiing
Cross Country Skiing
Tracked and groomed trails circle the mountain along the scenic Brule River.
Snowshoe Trails
Snow Tubing
Terrain Park
Ski Brule has three terrain parks and 2 terrain trails as well as an acrobag

Snow Report

Snow Reports and conditions for Ski Brule.
Status: OPEN
Season Started: 11/10/17

Lift Tickets

Pricing last updated 11/08/17
Youth
(10-17)
Adult
(18-59)
Senior
(60 and over)
Regular $43 $49 $46
Multi day discounts available

Ages 9 and under free.

Note: Pricing above is subject to change and is based on resort ticket window prices published on resorts website. Use for reference only.

Sorry, no discount lift tickets are current available for Ski Brule

Programs

Kids Program
Womens Program
Ski Lessons Available
Snowboard Lessons
Equipment Rentals

Nearby Resorts

Pine Mountain Ski Resort1 hour 0 mins
Norway Mountain1 hour 14 mins
Nub's Nob1 hour 14 mins

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