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Visitor's Choice Award from 2008-2014


Ski Brule, a premier Ski Resort in Michigan was voted the Visitor’s Choice Best Overall Resort in the Midwest in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014, including all Wisconsin and Michigan ski resorts.


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Ski Brule was awarded the ‘Visitor’s Choice Award’ in 2014.  Guests ranked Ski Brule in five categories at  family, park & pipe, all mountain terrain, nightlife and overall excellence.  The user generated Visitor’s Choice Award represents the collective excellence opinion of our guests and how well Ski Brule snowboard and ski resort delivered the expected experience.

Plan your getaway at your favorite Michigan ski resort and experience why Ski Brule is the #1 Best Overall Snowboard & Ski Resort in the Midwest.  Ski Brule is proud to deliver affordable, family fun with the best guest service anywhere!

“I have especially loved the customer orientated atmosphere at Ski Brule and the wide variety of terrain.  Brule has some of the best early and late season snow in the Midwest, has been known to open as early as Halloween, and rarely closes before mid-April.  I found Brule to be very family and kid orientated with excellent accommodations within a short walk of the slopes.  I highly recommend it to others as I’ve had so many positive experiences with Ski Brule at various times over the years.” ~Steve, Chicago, IL



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November 25 2015
Thanksgiving Tomorrow!

Thanksgiving Race Camp at Ski Brule With Thanksgiving being tomorrow, that means we have a lot of great things going on. First, we have the Thanksgiving Dinner from 5:30pm – 8pm. It’s going to be a great time, so if you rather not cook and want to still enjoy the great food, then give us a call to learn more. On top of the Thanksgiving Dinner, we have our Thanksgiving Race Camp starting tomorrow!  The camp will last for four days, from Nov. 26-29th. I’ve been a skier my entire life, but I have never competed in any form of ski race competition. If you are like myself, then check out the racers, because it is fascinating to watch. The way these racers are able to carve, and at their age, is amazing! At the Green Bay parade roughly a week ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Ski Patroller, Mike, and his son Joe. Joe is one of those phenomenal racers who partakes in NASTAR. Joe placed THIRD Nationally in his age group and bracket. So, if you are debating whether or not to watch some of the racers, I would highly recommend it, because they have talent! As for an update on the snow, we are continuing to make snow at every opportunity we have. The temperatures are still difficult to work with, but we are doing the best we can with what we have. Keep checking our Snow Report, as well as our Facebook page, for all of the latest updates on the conditions of the snow and trails available. Have a Great Day!

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