Skiing & Snowboarding
Ski Brule Resort is located 15 minutes from
Anderson Lake Lodge in Iron River, Michigan.
Ski Brule was named the 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011 Visitor’s
Choice Favorite Resort in the Midwest region. The ratings were based primarily on ratings and specific comments made
throughout the winter. Reviewers were clear in their comments: “This place is great for skiers of all ages
and performance levels .. The kids are snowboarders and loved the terrain park and according to the kids, it’s bigger
than any of the others in the Midwest that we’ve been to … Great resort, friendly workers .. Short lines, neat
selection of terrain and always open early in the season … Lodge is very cool and food is decent...If you
are looking for great skiing and a rustic home-like atmosphere, Brule is the spot!” For additional information
on Ski Brule and their activities, please visit Ski Brule online at www.skibrule.com
Spend the day snowshoeing at Anderson Lake Lodge. Choose
either areas that are primarily level, or an adventure of more rolling landscapes. Snowshoe Trail Systems are available
at Ski Brule (33KM ). Ski Brule’s wooded and rolling terrain of the Brule River Valley offers snowy glimpses of
whitetail deer and provides beginner, intermediate and advanced signed trail systems. Snowshoe rental is available at
Ski Brule. More information is available online at www.skibrule.com .
Cross Country Skiing
Enjoy the beauty of Anderson Lake’s 350 acre
property by cross country or visit a cross country trail system nearby.
Ski Brule offers a 33km cross country trails system flat groomed and tracked. A variety of terrain is sure to bring a smile to
all cross country ability levels. Cross country ski rental is available at Ski Brule as well. Click here for a Ski Brule cross country trail map.
Ge-Che is “big lake’ in Ojibwa and it was named for Lake Ottawa. The ge-che Cross Country Trail moves around Lakes Hagerman, Brule and Ottawa in the U.S. Forest Service’s Ottawa National Forest, giving cross country
skiers the options of a short trek or a day’s adventure.
The George Young Recreational Complex also offers facilities for winter activities. The 10K cross country ski trail is prepared for both classical and skating
techniques. Follow the trails to explore Wagner Lake or wind throughout the wooded expanse of the complex. The varying terrain
provides excellent skiing for all ability levels - from novice to expert. Trails are open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday