There are great events and festivals happening year round in the Western Upper Peninsula.
New Year’s Eve Celebration!
Live Music by Black River
New Year’s Keg Drop @ 10pm
Come join the Midwest’s newest and fastest growing ski company BPM Skis from Chippewa Falls, WI! These skis are designed purpose built for Midwest skiers in Midwest conditions! Come see and feel why so many people are switching
“Light Up the Night” Christmas Tree Burning Event, Norrie Amateur Sports Club, at 7:00 p.m.
There’s no better place to celebrate a snow-filled winter than the Porcupine Mountains. And every February that celebration has a name: the Snowburst Winter Carnival.
Snow-loving adventurers of all ages come together for this fun event at the Porcupine Mountains Winter Sports Complex, where they can enjoy all kinds of winter bliss—snowshoeing, downhill skiing, lantern-lit expeditions on the trails, live music, fireworks and much more.
Previous events have included:
**Giant slalom race
**Lantern-lit ski and snowshoe
For more information, contact:
Snowburst Winter Carnival at The Porcupine Mountains Sports Complex
Michigan Highway 107
Ontonagon, MI 49953
(906) 885 – 5275
Come with your most glowing self! Enjoy an evening snowshoe walk, hot cocoa, bonfires and more!
Northern Iron County Engaged Residents (NICER) is again offering a Hygee Hike snowshoe walk. If you don’t have your own snowshoes, there will be options to borrow. Just be sure to check ahead of time by following the information on the site here: https://www.nicer715.com/projects-events/2023-hygge-hike
The suggested donation is $10 per family.
Yes! You read that right! The XC Snowmobile National Championship for Cor PowerSports is in Ironwood.
Come out and watch these phenomenal athletes on March 18 and 19, 2023 at Mt. Zion on the campus of Gogebic Community College in Ironwood.
The Ironwood Tourism Council is sponsoring this event and offering FREE gate fees to all spectators.
Racing starts at 9:000 am. both days.
- Mar. 18: XTRA – 3-6:30pm
Come one, come all! In celebration of Jackson Creek’s last weekend open for the 22/23 season, we are holding the 1st annual Silly Slalom on the Voyagers Hwy headwall. We encourage all participants to dress up and make it as silly as you can. Prizes will be awarded to crowd favorites. Yard games, bonfires, and more will be at the finish line at Creekside.