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
|Vertical Rise||500 ft|
|Base Elevation||1361 ft|
|Summit Elevation||1861 ft|
|Annual Snowfall||150 inches|
|Number of Trails||17|
|Number of Lifts||11|
|High Speed Six Chairs||0|
|High Speed Quad Chairs||0|
|Season 2018||Opened 11/10/17|
|Season 2017||11/22/16 to 04/09/17 (139 days)|
|Season 2016||11/22/15 to 04/17/16 (148 days)|
|Season 2015||11/07/14 to 04/19/15 (164 days)|
|Season 2014||11/08/13 to 04/22/14 (166 days)|
|Season 2013||11/08/12 to 04/26/13 (170 days)|
|Cross Country Skiing|
|Tracked and groomed trails circle the mountain along the scenic Brule River.|
|Ski Brule has three terrain parks and 2 terrain trails as well as an acrobag|
Snow Reports and conditions for Ski Brule.
Season Started: 11/10/17
Pricing last updated 11/08/17
(60 and over)
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