Waterfalls

Hear the roar.

See the falls in all their beauty as the high water season is upon us.
Rouse falls in the spring.

Amazing

Trail riding in the Northwoods.

Enjoy all the scenic beauty.
Iron County Trails

News

 ❄️ ❄️ Snowmobile Trail Report, Thursday, February 22, 2018

Weather in downtown Hurley is 29 degrees with sunny skies 😎Forecast for tonight is 3 - 5" of Snow. Temps will be in the 30's for daytime throughout the weekend, another chance of snow on Sunday and lows in the teens at night.

Groomers have been out keeping the trails in GOOD condition. All neighboring clubs -- Gogebic Range Trail Authority, Mercer Sno-Goers and Manitowish Waters Sno Skeeters -- are also reporting trails in fair to good condition.

Remember to support the local clubs. These volunteers maintain trails for everyone's enjoyment.

Watch for logging on Trail 13s and 8. Trails 9, 11 and 11a are plowed roads. Use caution or alternative trails.

We cannot stress this enough…………..
SLOW DOWN! Stay RIGHT! Stay TOGETHER!
Ice conditions can change at any moment. Use caution.

Be sure to get your 50/50 Raffle Tickets!!! Drawing to be held on Saturday, March 3 @ 3:00 pm, North Pole Bar. Proceeds go to the White Thunder Riders.

   

 

12/1/17 --- Just a reminder:  ATV / UTV winter trails are provided through cooperation with the Iron County Snowmobile Council, the White Thunder Riders and the Mercer Sno Goers.  We invite you to come and ride our "winter" system.  Please remember to be considerate of other users.  When the temperature is above 30 degrees, we request ATVs / UTVs to stay off the trails to prevent damage to the trail base.

 

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Upcoming Events

Feb
26
Mon
Conversational Spanish @ Hurley K-12 School
Feb 26 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Basic conversational Spanish in eight 90-minute sessions will be taught by Hurley School Spanish teacher Natalie Patritto.  The course will cover useful Spanish conversation for travel or enrichment, along with the basics and review for experienced students.  Pronunciation, basic grammar, greetings, numbers, ordering at a restaurant, typical food and transportation terms will be explored.

For registration information visit the website:  feuniversity.org.

Feb
27
Tue
Strong Women @ Aging Unit of Iron County
Feb 27 @ 4:00 pm
Line Dance Lessons @ Iron County Memorial Building
Feb 27 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Feb
28
Wed
Conversational Spanish @ Hurley K-12 School
Feb 28 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Basic conversational Spanish in eight 90-minute sessions will be taught by Hurley School Spanish teacher Natalie Patritto.  The course will cover useful Spanish conversation for travel or enrichment, along with the basics and review for experienced students.  Pronunciation, basic grammar, greetings, numbers, ordering at a restaurant, typical food and transportation terms will be explored.

For registration information visit the website:  feuniversity.org.

Monthly Chamber Meeting @ Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce
Feb 28 @ 4:30 pm
Financial Workshops @ Financial Workshops
Feb 28 @ 6:00 pm

Do you have the information you need to make decisions about your financial goals?

At the Financial Workshop, you'll learn key principles of saving and investing, and also learn specific strategies to help you reach your long-term financial goals.

January 17 --- Foundations of Investing

January 24 -- Stocks:  The Nuts & Bolts

January 31 -- Focus on Fixed Income

February 7 -- An Investor's Tour of Mutual Funds

February 14 -- Retirement by Design

February 21 -- Ready or Not?  Preparing for the Unexpected

February 28 -- Preparing Your Estate Plan

March 7 -- Outlook and Opportunities

 

Strength and Conditioning @ Hurley K-12 School
Feb 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join Jake during his highly energetic training sessions focusing on a full body warm up, full body functional strength movements and post work out stretch. This program is beneficial to anyone looking for a scientific and progressive approach to their training. Each session will last one hour and is limited to the first 10 individuals to register. $100.

Superior Snowshoe Walks @ Superior Snowshoe Walks
Feb 28 @ 6:30 pm

Weekly walks, start at 6:30 pm.  Headlights or flashlights recommended.  If you would like to try snowshoeing, equipment can be provided FREE of charge to try.

January 3 ---- Michigan Information Center

January 10 -- Bessemer walk, meet behind City Hall at Iron Belle Trail Head

January 17 --- Gogebic Country Club

January 24 --- Manny's

January 31 --- Miners Memorial Park

February 7 --- E5361 Spring Lane Rd, Ironwood

February 14 -- Schomberg Park, Hurley

February 21 -- Stan & Sue Carr's House, Powderhorn

February 28 --- ABR Ski Trails

March 7 --- Mt Zion Walk

March 14 -- Wolverine Ski Trails

Mar
1
Thu
Strong Women @ Aging Unit of Iron County
Mar 1 @ 4:00 pm
Prohibition in the Upper Peninsula & Hurley @ Hurley K-12 School
Mar 1 @ 6:00 pm

Join Russell M. Magnaghi as he presents the history of prohibition in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan & Hurley WI.  This session is free to attend.  Sponsored by the Iron County Historical Society and Sturgul & Long Law Office.

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Stop by the Hurley Pub, located in the Snow Country Inn. Wednesday - Sunday, 5:00 pm - close.

Another weekend full of activity 🏂❄️⛷️🛷🎣⛸️
Enjoy the Hurley area and all we have to offer --- relax at the end of the day with Live Music!
Iron Horse Saloon --- Saturday, Outlaw'D
Spiders Sports Bar --- Saturday, The TEDS

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❄️ ❄️ Snow Report, Friday February 23, 2018

Weather in downtown Hurley is 25 degrees with cloudy skies. Overnight snowfall totals 6-8”. Forecast for tonight is for 15 degrees. Temps will be in the 30's for daytime throughout the weekend, another chance of snow on Sunday and lows in the teens at night.

Groomers have been out keeping the trails in GOOD condition. All neighboring clubs -- Gogebic Range Trail Authority, Mercer Sno-Goers and Manitowish Waters Sno Skeeters -- are also reporting trails in fair to good condition.

All area ski resorts are reporting excellent conditions. The Iron County Forestry has groomed the Uller Cross Country Trails with excellent conditions.

Remember to support the local clubs. These volunteers maintain trails for everyone's enjoyment.

Watch for logging on Trail 13s and 8. Trails 9, 11 and 11a are plowed roads. Use caution or alternative trails.

We cannot stress this enough…………..
SLOW DOWN! Stay RIGHT! Stay TOGETHER!
Ice conditions can change at any moment. Use caution.

Be sure to get your 50/50 Raffle Tickets!!! Drawing to be held on Saturday, March 3 @ 3:00 pm, North Pole Bar. Proceeds go to the White Thunder Riders.

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