Winter Sports

 

The Upper Peninsula of Michigan is a winter wonderland! With annual snowfalls between 200 and 300 inches (and over 300 inches in the snowbelts!) the U.P. offers options to thrill any winter sports lover.

 

 
  

 

 

Downhill skiing and snowboarding

Mont Ripley, Hancock
http://www.mtu.edu/mont-ripley/

Mount Bohemia, Mohawk
http://www.mtbohemia.com/

Porcupine Mountains, Ontonagon
http://www.porkiesfun.com/

Big Powderhorn, Bessemer
http://www.bigpowderhorn.net/

Indianhead Mountain, Wakefield
http://www.indianheadmtn.com/

Blackjack, Bessemer
http://www.skiblackjack.com/

Marquette Mountain, Marquette
http://www.marquettemountain.com/

Pine Mountain, Iron Mountain
http://www.pinemountainresort.com/

Ski Brule, Iron River
http://skibrule.com/

Snowmobile trail interactive maps and trail conditions

Western U.P.
http://www.fishweb.com/recreation/snowmobile/trails/wup.html

Central U.P.
http://www.fishweb.com/recreation/snowmobile/trails/cup.html

Cross-country ski and snowshoe trails

All U.P. cross-country ski trails
http://www.uptrails.com/crossCountrySki.cfm
http://www.skinnyski.com/trails/ski/listings.asp?region=up-mi

Michigan Tech Trails, Houghton
http://www.michigantechrecreation.com/trails/forest/index#

Copper Harbor Trails, Copper Harbor
http://www.copperharbortrails.org/news/21-11-10/winter-trails

Swedetown Trails, Calumet
http://www.swedetowntrails.org/

College hockey

Michigan Tech Huskies, Houghton
http://www.michigantechhuskies.com/sports/mice/index

Finlandia University Lions, Hancock
http://www.fulions.com/index.aspx?path=mhockey