Snowmobiling Michigan Upper Peninsula
There is no better place to ride than the 3,000 miles found in the Upper Peninsula for snowmobiling Michigan. Known by snowmobilers nationwide for its unique combination of abundant and dependable snow, exciting terrain and extensive trail networks. Direct access to the trail system of the Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin is accessible from Ski Brule. The groomed trails wind through the forests offering scenic overlooks, railroad grades, bridges, hills, lakes, cedar swamps and logging roads. Ample trailer parking is available at Ski Brule with onsite dining, saloon and the array of activities for families. You can ride for several days and not see the same scenery two times in the same day.
“This was a great place to stop and grab lunch while on a long snowmobile trip to Copper Harbor. The soups were good, the food was well done, and even the salads tasted great! The views of the ski slopes, out of the large windows, were nice. Nice atmosphere with a bar, as well as a separate eating area.” ~Tina, Chicago Illinois
The trail system of the entire offer snowmobiling Michigan and Northern Wisconsin lead to Ski Brule.
The snowmobile trails are well known for its wide open trails with groomed scenic journeys through the woods. Ski Brule’s luxury chalets offer ample parking, onsite saloon, dining, activities and hot tubs to soothe away the day’s ride and make Ski Brule ideal for your snowmobiling Michigan adventures!
Iron County Trail System Information & Maps
Iron County Snowmobile Trail Report–
Snowmobile Trail permits are required on Michigan snowmobile trails and available to purchase at Michigan.gov
Michigan Snowmobile Rental Locations
- Iron Mountain Powersports: 906-779-1771
- Headwaters Polaris: 906-358-8888
- Trackside: (715) 479-2200