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Skiing & Snowboarding at Ski Brule

Ski Michigan and find the best skiing & snowboarding in the Midwest at Ski Brule

When you come away from someplace feeling really good about it, you know you’ve had a worthwhile Midwest skiing experience.  That someplace is Ski Brule, and the feeling is genuinely good.  You can ski Michigan in many ways.  It’s schussing down the Big Bear headwall or cruising the timbered trail on Maple Syrup, or gliding through evergreens on the scenic cross country trail with only the sound of your skis and the wind.  It’s that relaxed “north woods” feeling, the atmosphere that is so different from back home. It’s having fun in the saloon and  relaxing in front of a warm crackling fire, it’s your own private log chalet in the village.  Ski Brule is a special place that makes you forget the pressure of every day living.  It’s time to ski Michigan, the best Midwest skiing.

Lifetime SportThe finest family skiing and cruising terrain in the entire Midwest can be found on the Homestead side of Ski Brule.  Ski Michigan’s finest terrain in the region among mountain hardwoods, an 1890’s homestead, an apple orchard, open meadows, spruce plantations  and the Brule River providing a rich setting for a spectacular ski and snowboarding experience.


Spillway, an intermediate trail, cuts along a natural ride.  Cruise this long uninterrupted trail as it stair steps its way through a forest of northern hardwoods or pause midway to absorb the tranquility provided by the view of the meadows, spruce plantation and Brule River Valley.

Hot Cider traverses through tall timber as you descent to the orchard, a hillside meadow with scattered apple trees.  Then schuss the popple ridge down to the spruce plantation.Scenic views from atop Ski Brule Moutain

The Homestead Trail is a novice trail with enough terrain variety to allure the expert.  Follow the gentle, natural turns of this open slope as it flows through stands of hardwoods and evergreens.  Wander into the homestead clearing and pause at the Homestead Lodge for a hot drink.  Ski the Hemlock ridge down to the lift and do it again.  You’ll cherish this trail and the setting when you ski Michigan.  Ski Brule offers the best holiday packages for your family’s downhill skiing or snowboarding vacation.   It’s time to plan your get-a-way to the northwoods.

“Ski Brule is the best place in northern Wisconsin for group skiing. With a variety of runs at different levels, all clearly marked, Brule has the unique advantage of having a shared peak where all lifts converge. This means that individuals with differing skill levels can take separate runs and meet at the top, so you can still have the sense of being together even though you take different runs. Furthermore, many trails of different levels share lifts so members of your group can ride together as well. It makes skiing in groups so much more fun. The runs can also be taken in sequence as ability level increases so if you are learning at Brule, you don’t suddenly find yourself in over your head. Plus, the views are scenic.  For families that include non-skiers/boarders, there is a tubing run as well. In sum, there is lots of family fun at Brule!” ~Snow B, Marinette, WI


Things to do in Michigan include downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, sleigh rides and tubing.The view from the top looking to the north will remind one of New England’s rolling, maple covered mountains.  Brule spruce and balsam trees line the edges of the trails here, in stunning contrast to sparkling white snows.  Ski Michigan seventeen trails, each with its own unique challenge, cover more than 150 acres that make up Ski Brule.  Mile long trail will take you deep into Brule Country Forest.  Sunrise and Spillway provide scenic cursing.  Feel your pulse quicken as you stand atop the steep headwalls on Whitewater and Big Bear.  Remember when it was okay to ski through the woods?  Timber Doodle brings back those thrills and spills, without being ‘out of bounds’.  Everyone from tiny tots to senior citizens have fun on the playful challenge of its bumps, berms and turns.  Double Doodle, with its serious steeps and banked switch backs, is not for the faint of heart.  Those who choose this roller coaster must be confident of their advanced ability.

Ski Brule is your mountain offering you an experience unique in the Midwest skiing.  There are so many things to do in Michigan including downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice fishing, sleigh rides, tubing and more.  Artfully designed to provide diversity, Ski Brule will put a smile on your family’s face.  Join with those who’ve already discovered the luxurious Michigan lodging, uncrowded slopes and warm, friendly atmosphere at rates that you can afford.  It is a good experience; come to the U.P. and enjoy the Ski Brule experience.  Ski Michigan today, you’ll be glad that you did.


ACROBAG IS FREE .. Just one more reason Ski Brule is the best snowboard resort!

Snow tubing at Ski BruleSki Brule has an ACROBAG every Saturday, Sunday and will be available once it opens for the season 1:00 pm-3:00 pm.  The ACROBAG is an air pillow that you land in after going off a jump.  The idea is that this is a ‘safer’ way to practice your latest tricks … but more can’t resist going off the jump because it’s so much fun!  Both snowboarders and skiers are welcome.  Another fun way to try the ACROBAG is on a tube!  ACROBAG is FREE with the purchase of a lift ticket.  Participants must have a daily lift ticket, helmet and a guardian signature is required for participants under 18 years of age.  Acrobag: Saturday and Sunday 1-3:00.  Acrobag Use & Liability Release to be completed by participants each day of use.





Ski Brule
397 Brule Mountain Road, Iron River, MI 49935
Email: Phone: 1-800-DO-BRULE (1-800-362-7853) Phone: 906-265-9346

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