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The #1 Midwest Family Resort






Ski Brule, is a premier ski resort in Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  The#1 Midwest Ski Resort is located just over the Wisconsin Michigan boarder.  Ski Brule is perfect for a day trip or a weekend get-a-way.  Winter activities for everyone:  ski, snowboard, terrain parks, tubing, acrobag, fat bike trails, cross country trails, snowshoe trails, sleigh rides, kids programs and more!  

George (Ski Brule’s original founder) made a promise over 60 years ago to provide “quality family fun at an affordable price”. His promise has been kept plus we added the promise to be “the friendliest, most outgoing, helpful resort with a variety of activities for families with mixed recreational interests”. These promises are the reason so many chose to spend their family time at Ski Brule creating lifetim  e memories.

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


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397 Brule Mountain Road, Iron River, Michigan 49935
1-800-362-7853  [email protected]

All rates posted on our website are the only accurate pricing source.
No other website prices will be honored.



SkiBrule Blog

Skibrule Blog - Jess

February 12 2021
What’s Happening At Ski Brule?

2/12/21 Baby it’s COLD outside!  What?  There’s no such thing as a bad day on snow, only bad gear!  That’s right.  I’m the first to say, dress for it and you can make the most out of a -25 degree day!  No I’m not crazy … it’s true!  This week certainly separated the Yoopers from the Snow Birds.  An entire week of -25 or colder in the morning.  Today we woke to only -8 and I cheered!  LOL.  Got to put things into perspective. So what’s happening at Ski Brule?  Still waiting on more snow.  Up until this past storm there was very little snow on the ground.  In fact, some places grass was still showing.  The snow received last week was welcomed (but almost broke my back shoveling off our ice skating rink LOL).  The Grooming Crew broke out the groomers and ran up and down the slopes…. why you may ask?  Packing down the snow keeps it in place and helps to start building a snow base.  We need additional snow before the slopes can open and less restrictive government regulations which will allow us to resume operations at more than the current 25% permitted.  It’s tough time with tough decisions but we will keep on skiing for years to come.   Thinking Snow (more than ever) Jess & Colt  

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