Lodging- Whitecap Mountain Chalets- Whitecap Mountain Lodge
Wolverine Nordic is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve and promote nordic skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, and lifelong physical fitness on the Gogebic Range of the Western Upper Peninsula. Wolverine Nordic Ski Club volunteers maintain and groom an 8-trail system that offers 25 kilometers of both skate skiing and track -set skiing, as well as four marked snowshoe trails. The rolling terrain offers traisl for all levels of skiing and snowshoeing abilites, from expert to novice. The suggested trail donation is $10 per day, with donation boxes located at all trail heads and in the chalet. To become a season pass holder, please visit our website!...
Ski Area Information- 10 Slopes & Trails- Snow Tubing Park- Free Cross-country Ski Trail- Quality Ski & Snowboard Rentals- Snack Bar- 300’ Vertical- Power Tilled Slope- Downhill & Snowboard Racing Programs for Kids- Group Rates- GCC Students Ski/Snowboard Free!- Senior Citizens Ski/Snowboard Free!
Ski Area Information- Base Elevation: 385 ft- Top Elevation: 850 ft- Vertical Drop: 465 ft- Skiable Area: 126 acres- Annual Snowfall: 210 inches- Trails: 22- Lifts: 6- Uphill Lift Capacity: Lift details: 4 double chairs, 1 rope tow, 1 handle tow- Parks and Pipes: 3 terrain parks Trail Ratings20% Beginner (green circle)40% Intermediate (blue square)40% Expert (black diamond) Trailside LodgingSki–in & Ski–out Lodging Woodridge, Bunkhouse and The Ridge are also available for summer reservations!
The Cemetery Trails are located in the middle of Ironwood at the beautiful Riverside Cemetery, along the east branch of the Montreal River. These trails are open for hiking, snowshoeing, and nordic skiing.
The Miners Memorial Heritage Park (MMHP) encompasses the former iron ore mining locations within the City of Ironwood (locally known as the caves area). The discovery of these mines resulted in the establishment of the City of Ironwood in the latter part of the 19th century. The last iron ore mine in the City of Ironwood closed in 1966. Great for nordic skiing!