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Walking, Jogging and Biking Trails

Powderhorn Biking Trail





 Eagle Bluff Golf Club
Hurley-Public - 18 holes

Gogebic Country Club
Ironwood-Public - 18 holes

Indianhead Mountain Resort
Wakefield-Resort - 9 holes
Mellen Golf Course
Semi-Private - 9 holes
Tahoe Lynx Golf Course
Mercer-Public - 9 holes
Ashland Elks Golf Club
Ashland-Public - 18 holes
Madeline Island Golf Club
La Pointe-Semi-Private - 18 holes
Apostle Highlands Golf Course
Bayfield-Public - 18 holes
Park Falls Country Club
Park Falls-Semi-Private - 9 holes

Copper Peak

Copper Peak is the only flying ski hill outside of Europe. The Copper Peak Adventure Ride (open seasonally) allows visitors to experience the heights of the athletes. After an 800-foot chair lift ride. Visitors take a 18-story elevator to the main observation deck. From there, you can walk an additional 8 stories to the top starting gate.

Once at the top, visitors can enjoy the highest, most awe-inspiring, unobstructed vista in the Midwest overlooking over 2500 square miles, 3 states and even Canada on a clear day. 

Lakes, Boating and Fishing

Our lakes are amognst the most spectaculer in the world.

Ski Hills

 Snow boarding/Skiing /Tubing

Four premier lift areas within 5 miles of Hurley and Ironwood

 Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort

Ski Resort 4.3 mi

11375 Powderhorn Rd

(906) 932-4838

Indianhead Mountain - Big Snow Resort  4.4mi

 500 Indianhead Rd

 (800) 346-3426 


Blackjack Mountain - Big Snow Resort 4.7  · Ski Resort

N11251 Blackjack Road

(800) 346-3426

Mt Zion

Snow Shoe Trails

 Our area offers nearly 100 km of varies snowshoeing terrain winding along roaring rivers and through pristine wilderness.

Advice for first timers:

Hocky /Ice skating

Pat O'Donnell Civic Ctr
4972 Luxmore StIronwood, MI 49938

(906) 932-0602

 Pat O'Donnell Civic Ctr

4972 Luxmore St

Ironwood, MI 49938

(906) 932-0602 


Hurley, WI

You can call Hurley small ( population of 1547).  However, no small town does night life like Hurley, Wisconsin!  Summer or Winter,  Iron County’s 500 miles of ATV and snowmobile trails, draws weekenders and some of these visitors do their best to uphold Hurley’s longstanding status as a "Rebel" town, one that pretty much ignored Prohibition in the 1920s.

The Arts

Historic Ironwood Theatre was built in 1928, the Ironwood Theatre and received a designation on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1985.

Theater North


With boutiques, art galleries, antiques stores and farmers markets- Ironwood,  are perfect destinations for some retail therapy 

Special Interest Clubs

Ironwood Historical Society 906-932-0287

Wakefield Historical Society  906-224-1045