Bessemer and the surrounding areas are widely known for the abundance of winter activities. Down hill skiing is our main attraction during the winter with 3 premier ski hills all within a short drive of each other. Powderhorn, Black Jack and Indianhead draw in large numbers of skiers and snow boarders every season. With lodging on and near each location, getting to the hill will be the easiest part of your trip.
Is downhill not your speed? Cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling trails are all over the area. Active Backwoods Retreat (ABR) and the Iron Belle Trail provide winter enthusiasts with over 80 km of trails to ride or snowshoe on. With some locations accumulating up to 200 inches of snow per year, Bessemer is an excellent destination for your next winter trip!
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Spend a Fall day in beautiful Bessemer, MI and you will not be disapointed.
Forests cover a most of the area so it's easy to see why this time of year is so popular for visitors. Climbing the "Bluff" and experiencing the Copper Peak Ski Jump are our main Fall attractions to view the colors below. Viewing the landscape from the top of this one-of-a-kind ski jump is an experience you will not get anywhere else.
There are many outdoor destinations like the Ottawa National Forest, in which Black River Harbor is the most popular attraction. Biking, running, and hiking are encouraged Fall activities in this area because of the large number of trails and amazing views.
You can also take a short trip to Ontonagon, MI, to experience the Porcupine Mountains and the Lake of the Clouds. These destinations feature countless views with nature in abundance. Also, recreational activities like hunting, fishing, camping, and ATV riding are practiced and loved by numerous people all season.