Near Iron River, the Ski Brule ski area has 17 runs spread over 150 acres that are served by 7 lifts accessing a vertical descent of 500 feet. The region receives an average annual snowfall of 150 inches. The level of difficulty for snowboarding ranges from 35% beginner to 35% intermediate to 30% difficult.
For the freestyle snowboarders in your crew, Ski Brule has three terrain parks and two terrain trails to session. These progressive-style terrain parks include Showshoe, Rapids and Bambi Rail Park with features such as boxes, rails and jumps. The terrain trails include Homestead and Maple Syrup.
After a long day of snowboarding at Ski Brule, there is apres ski at Brule Saloon located at thee base area.
To reach the snowboarding at Ski Brule from Iron River on US2, turn on SR189. Head south on SR189 for 6 miles to the Ski Brule entrance. Turn on Osterlund Road for 2 miles to Ski Brule.
To reach the ski area from Green Bay, head north on SR29/32 towards Gillett. Continue north on SR32 to Laona. Turn right heading east on US8 for about 8 miles to SR139. Turn left heading north on SR139 which becomes Michigan SR189. Continue 4 more miles past border to the Ski Brule entrance sign. Turn left heading west on Osterlund Road for 2 miles to the parking area.
Overall, Ski Brule is the 6th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 23 snowboarding resorts in Michigan.
Local Contacts: Ski Brule Resort (906) 265-4957; Michigan Tourism (800) 543-2937.
Best Season: Jan. - Feb.
Average Difficulty: Easy
Luxury Loding: Pioneer Lodge (906) 265-6111
Breakfast Restaurant: Brule Cafe at base area
Reference Source: click here https://skibrule.com/
GPS: 46.029208, -88.701108
Date Published: 1/6/2016
Date Updated: 1/13/2019
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