Ski Brule

Located in Iron River, Ski Brule is one of the best ski resorts in the Midwest. The terrain parks are marked as the favorites of many skiers and snowboarders, and the resort offers many benefits to families and people with children. The resort promises to be the first to open and the last to close, leaving it the longest open resort, due to the way it makes snow. Ski Brule is the exceptional resort for those looking for fun for the whole family.

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In total, Ski Brule has 17 runs, with 35% being beginner runs, 35% being intermediate, 24% being advanced, and 6% expert, making it the ideal park for anyone at any difficulty. There’s 150 skiable acres, with the longest run being 1 mile. Of those 150 acres, 40 acres are available for night-skiing. There’s also three terrain parks, titled Rapids, Bambi Rail, and Snowshoe. In addition to the terrain parks, Ski Brule also features something called the Acrobag, which is a tool people can use to safely learn new tricks. Ski Brule also has places for snow tubing.

Ski Brule is a great place for families. There is on-site lodging at the resort with many things for kids and non snowboarders or skiiers to do. The resort even offers a Learn to Ride program that’s free for people 10 and up. There’s some perks that kids also get for free on certain days of the week. The lodging options are also incredibly diverse, giving people the option to stay in their own villas and giving people the ability to purchase packages, as well.

The resort has a total of 5 lifts, all 5 of those being double chairs. In addition, there’s 6 rope-tows to bring skiers and snowboarders to the top of the hill. The hill itself has a large vertical drop of 500 feet.

Tickets for the lifts are around $49, with that being a day ticket where a person can snowboard 9 AM to 4 PM. However, adding a night lift ticket to this is free. The terrain parks do cost extra.

Tickets can be purchased on the Ski Brule resort website.

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