Gile flowage on a calm spring day.

Photo by Gary Jackson

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

Gile Flowage

is worth seeing

Photo by Gary Jackson

News

Hurley Snowmobile Trail Report, Friday, January 20, 2017

 

White Thunder Rider Groomers report trail conditions as FAIR to POOR!

Grooming has suspended for today and tomorrow.  WHEN we receive more snow, grooming will resume.  Trails are open, extreme caution and care should be exercised at all times.  

Did you know?  Trail passes are mailed to snowmobile owners from the Wisconsin DNR.   For information on trail passes and registration go to:  http://dnr.wi.gov

 

Think SNOW!!!!

 

Be sure to support the local groomers ----- contribute to the trail grooming fund at local businesses and purchase 50/50 tickets for the annual raffle.

Slow down. Ride Safe!

 

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Upcoming Events

Jan
9
Mon
Find the Winter Medallion @ Winter Medallion Contest
Jan 9 – Jan 23 all-day

Find the Winter Medallion.

The Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce will be sponsoring the first "Winter Medallion Hunt".  Designed by Hurley High School student, Seth Osterman and assisted by Teacher Dan Rye, the winter medallion was made on the school's 3D printer.

The medallion will be hidden somewhere in the Hurley area.

Each week a new clue will be revealed.

Clues will be listed in the Iron County Miner, Hurley Chamber Facebook page, local businesses.

Participation is open to everyone!  (Must be 18 years or older to claim prize)

Grab the Iron County Miner and search for your chance to win $250

 

Jan
23
Mon
Dabble at the DAP @ Downtown Art Place
Jan 23 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

DABBLE AT THE DAP Classes --- $10 each or 11 for $100.  Covers art materials and instructions.  Meet from 4:00 - 5:30 pm on Monday for students ages 7 and up.  Adults welcome if there is room.

January 23 & 30        Pottery for two weeks $20.00

Hurley High School Girls Basketball @ Bruce High School
Jan 23 @ 5:33 pm
Hurley High School Boys Basketball @ Bruce High School
Jan 23 @ 5:45 pm
Jan
24
Tue
Hurley High School Boys Basketball @ Butternut High School
Jan 24 @ 5:45 pm
Adults going to Pot @ Downtown Art Place
Jan 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Sessions are two hours long including instruction in slab building and wheel (1/2 hour), open studio time (1 1/2 hour).  25# of low fire clay, use of tools, low firing glazes and firing pieces for $125.00.  There is an opportunity on a rotational basis for 45 minutes - 1hour on one of four wheels ( 2 kick, 2 electric) when available. Maximum students 10.

Jan
25
Wed
Superior Snow Shoe Walks @ Manny's Restaurant
Jan 25 @ 6:30 pm

Weekly snow shoe walks with gathering afterward

Sponsor:  Manny's Restaurant

Jan
26
Thu
Hurley High School Girls Bsketball @ Bayfield School District
Jan 26 @ 5:45 pm
Jan
27
Fri
Open Mic Night @ Cheapo's Bar
Jan 27 @ 7:00 pm
Jan
28
Sat
Annie’s Pub 2017 Ice Fishing Tourney @ Annie's Pub Ice Fishing Tourney
Jan 28 all-day

16003031_10208148006074156_400164367588377929_n$15 per person entry fee. (12-under free) 100% prize payout for Walleye and Northern. First 20 entries will be entered to win $25 cash prize. $100 cash prize for first Northern over 30" registered.

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Hurley Snowmobile Trail Report, Friday, January 20, 2017 White Thunder Rider Groomers report trail conditions as FAIR to POOR! Grooming has suspended for today and tomorrow. WHEN we receive more snow, grooming will resume. Trails are open, extreme caution and care should be exercised at all times. Did you know? Trail passes are mailed to snowmobile owners from the Wisconsin DNR. For information on trail passes and registration go to: http://dnr.wi.gov Think SNOW!!!! Be sure to support the local groomers ----- contribute to the trail grooming fund at local businesses and purchase 50/50 tickets for the annual raffle. Slow down. Ride Safe!

LOTS to do in our area!

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One of our volunteer groomer drivers lost his phone last night while out keeping the trails in tip top condition. It is probably somewhere in the Trail 13 --- Trail 13c area. If you find this phone, please turn it in to the Sheriff's Department, the Chamber Office or the Forestry Department. Thanks!!