Written by ironcountylodging on August 2, 2016
Mount Arvon – A Must See
Part of the Huron Mountains, Mount Arvon is Michigan’s highest point. Rising 1,979 feet above sea level and fairly accessible by many vehicles, the summit of Mount Arvon is definitely worth checking out.
A Brief Summary of Mount Arvon
You drive through L’Anse, take a trip down Skanee Road, then turn onto what shortly becomes a gravel road. Eleven curvy miles later you reach the top of Mount Arvon.
There’s a sign noting that you are in fact
Written by ironcountylodging on November 5, 2014
When the temperatures and conditions are just right this time of year, area ski resorts begin the process of making their own snow in order to ensure that skiers and snowboarders get to enjoy the longest season possible.
Snow cannons spray snow onto the slopes at Ski Brule
Snowmaking is a simple but weather dependent process that involves forcing water through specialized machines called snow cannons. When the sun is down and temperatures reach their lows for the day,