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Trails Open
12" - 36"
Base Depth
12" - 36"
Base Depth
24 hr Snowfall
Season Total
Isolated snow showers after 5am
Partly cloudy, with a low around 21
Partly cloudy, with a low around 25

Summer Outdoor Activities


Golfing at TimberStone® Golf Course

Fairways nestled between lush foliage, tee boxes with jaw-dropping views and precisely groomed greens, TimberStone® Golf Course at Pine Mountain Resort subtly reminds us how seamless golf and nature can be.


Your one stop for adventure! Overlooking the rapids, and nestled within the old growth forest of the North Woods, Wildman Adventure Resort offers many outdoor adventures ranging from mild to wild:

White water rafting is just the beginning as you venture out of your comfort zone and participate in adventure sports you never thought possible!

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Behind the Scene's Tour

Discover the Amazing History of Pine Mountain Ski Hill, TimberStone® Golf Course & the City of Iron Mountain.

  • Enjoy amazing vistas and photo opportunities as you travel in golf carts up 500 feet to the top of Pine Mountain
  • Learn the science of making snow
  • Discover what it takes to create, maintain and groom Pine Mountain’s Ski Hill
  • Tour will last approximately 1½ hours
  • Adults: $28, Kids age 11-17: $19, Kids under age 10: FREE
  • 2 Person Minimum, 5 Person Maximum
Visit or call the Front Desk at 906-774-2747 for times and to register.

Enchanting Waterfalls

Upper Peninsula & Northwoods Wisconsin’s Waterfalls are heavenly places that are tranquil, unique and all natural. Hike for an hour or spend the day enjoying the untamed beauty on the trails that lead to magnificent falls.

Hiking, Biking & Running

Explore the best trails in Iron Mountain, Michigan. With more than 15 Iron Mountain trails covering 490 miles, you’re bound to find the perfect trail. Round up the family for a fun-filled bike excursion.

Kayaking and Canoeing

Kayaking & Canoeing can be relaxing or adventurous, depending on the type of water that you choose. If you crave a thrill the UP has white water rivers; for a more peaceful time enjoy kayaking and canoeing on our rivers and lakes.

Fisherman's Paradise

Whatever your preference, Iron Mountain Michigan is the place to fish. Iron Mountain has over 50 fishing spots and over 15 species of dish including Perch, Walley, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Crappie, Smallmouth Bass, Rock Bass, Rainbow Trout, Bream/Bluegill bream/bluegill.

For ATV/UTV Enthusiasts

Iron Mountain’s trails and roads wind through forested areas, across creaks, near lakes and rivers. There are literally hundreds of miles of riding trails. Enjoy a comfortable and scenic cruise or an adventurous backwoods romp.

Zip Lining

Unleash your inner aerial daredevil as you soar through the trees along the Menominee River.

Rock & Alpine Climbing

With routes from easy to medium to hard, there are trips for any skill level.

Paint Ball

Paint Ball has the power to turn your friends into sworn enemies, to reveal your courage in the face of danger.


Discover, explore and hunt Michigan's diverse wildlife.

Michigan's Flora

Discover, explore and hunt Michigan's diverse wildlife.

The Millie Hill Hiking Trail & Bat Cave

An abandoned vertical iron mine that is now home to one of the largest hibernating/breeding bat colonies (up to 1 million bats) in North America. There is a self-guided interpretive program at the site to inform visitors on the benefit of bats.

World War II Glider and Military Museum

The Museum features one of only seven fully-restored CG-4A gliders in the world, as well as extensive military displays.

Cornish Pumping Engine

View the largest steam-driven pumping engine ever built in the United States, it is a Michigan Historic Site, National Historic Site, a Michigan Historic Civil Engineering Landmark and a National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark. In addition to the mammoth steam engine, this museum also displays extensive underground mining equipment.

Iron Mountain Mine

Visit the World-Famous Underground Iron Mine. See amazing rock formations & large underground lighted caverns. Travel 2,600 feet through drifts & tunnels to 400 feet below the earth's surface.

Wildlife Viewing

Gaze into fields and the forest and you might see black bears, red foxes, grey foxes, wild elks, white tail deer, bobcats and other wild-species.