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About Ski BruleSki Brule offers a variety of terrain and snow activities for all members of the family. Ski, snowboard, snowmobile, cross country, sleigh rides, tubing, pony rides, terrain parks & trails, steeps and gentle slopes - Ski Brule snows it all. Ski Brule's terrain trails bring back the fun of skiing in the woods, without being out of bounds. Timber Doodle's bumps, berms and turns provide a playful ride for everyone young at heart. Homestead Trail is a special treat with a gentle pitch and mid-mountain Homestead Lodge. For those who are confident in their ability, Double Doodle's roller coaster ride of serious steeps and banked switchbacks is a thrill. Rapids and Snowshoe terrain park's spines, rails, fun box and kickers are designed for beginner to advanced riders. The snowmobile trails of upper Michigan are know for quality grooming & endless trail systems, with direct trail access from Ski Brule. Pick your winter pleasures and snow them all at Ski Brule!
Ski Brule's cross-country/snowshoe trail system winds through the wooded and rolling terrain of the Brule River Valley. Ski Brule provides the finest skiing surface including flat groomed (for ski skating) and tracked (for traditional nordic skiing). Beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers can finde a comfortable route or a new challenge on one of Ski Brule's many trails. Ski Brule's trail system is designed for all levels of snowshoers and nordic skiers.
Trails Groomed? Yes Groomed for Skate Skiing? Yes Has Rental Skis? Yes Is There a Trail Fee? Yes
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SKI BRULE: SKI BRULE, The Midwest's #1 Favorite Resort! OnTheSnow.com Visitors have voted Ski Brule their "favorite Overall Resort in the Midwest" for a fourth year in a row. Visitors ranked Brule in five catagories; Overall Favorite, Best Nightlife, Most family-friendly, best downhill terrain, and best terrain park. Ski Brule will provide the best conditions at all times. Ski Brule will be the first to open and the last to close! We have kept that promise for over 25 years due to our snow crew and staff.
Ski Brule E-News: Sign up for Ski Brule's E-News to recieve weekly updates about our snow conditions and to see what runs are open and closed. We update different events and special activities that you might be interested in as well. Our E-News will also keep you posted on our daily rates and discounts.
Ski Brule Tickets Prices / Ski Brule Trail FeesPrices last updated 10/28/2008.
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Ski Brule Tickets - More Info
Snowshoe trail pass is available for $5. Resort facility pass is valid for nordic trails as well as downhill trails.. Half day ticket pricing starts at 12:30.
Ski Brule Ski Rental Prices
|Adult - Standard Package Price||18.00||15.00|
|Junior - Standard Package Price||18.00||15.00|
|Senior - Standard Package Price||18.00||15.00|
Information last updated 10/28/2008.
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Cross Country Skiing Lessons at Ski BruleSki Brule offers snow school with professional instructors. Private, semi-private and group lessons are available 7 days a week. We also offer our Learn to Nordic Free program on Sundays: available to first-time skiiers ages 10 and up, the program includes nordic trail pass, nordic ski rental, and a nordic lesson. The program is available after the holidays, and requires minimum 24 hours advanced reservations. Call 1-800-DO-BRULE for questions or reservations.
Dining Around Ski BruleThe Brule Cafe offers a variety of breakfast and lunch options, conveniently located in the Main Brule Lodge. The Homestead Lodge, located mid-slope, is a great choice for lunch or for a mid-afternoon warm-up with hot chocolate loaded up with whipped cream and a cherry. The Homestead Lodge is also the location for our Thursday and Saturday night Homestead BBQ - an all you care to eat feast of bbq chicken, Ski Brule's famous pulled pork, potato, sauerkraut, baked beans, salad, dessert, and more. A sleigh draws you up the hill through the crisp night to the wood-heated Homestead Lodge.
Bars and Nightlife Around Ski BruleSki Brule offers a fun activity for lodging guests (and other visitors) every night of the week. Monday night is Whitewater Snow Tubing; Tuesday is Marshmallow Roast; Wednesday is night skiing; Thursday is Homestead Snow Tubing; Friday is night skiing; Saturday is night skiing and torchlight parade; and Sunday is our Ski Brule Social.
Ski Brule Lodging, Hotels, and CondosBrule Village lodging offers chalets and condos great for staying after a fun-filled day on the slopes. Ranging from efficiency condos for 2 to 5 bedroom modern log cabins for 15, Ski Brule has lodging perfect for everyone. Units also offer such amenities as outdoor hot tubs, fireplaces, woodstoves, and saunas.
Directions to Ski BruleLocated at:
397 Brule Mountain Rd
Iron River, MI 49935