Norway is a city in Dickinson County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,845 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Iron Mountain, MI–WI Micropolitan Statistical Area.
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5 based on 175 reviews
Northwoods Adventures, located at N4017 US Highway 2; Iron Mountain MI, 49801, is your one-stop source for amazing Michigan rafting adventures. From our popular half day Menominee River rafting trip to intense whitewater rafting in Piers Gorge and everything in between, we offer trips and adventures that are appropriate for people of all ages and skill levels. In addition to our popular Michigan rafting trips, we also offer SUP yoga, and we have the SUP and duckie rentals you need for an enjoyable adventure. All of our equipment is of the highest quality, and our experienced staff will help you choose what best suits your needs. The Michigan whitewater rafting guides at Northwoods Adventures have extensive experience and undergo rigorous training prior to becoming guides. They are extremely knowledgeable about rafting as well as safety. For rafting in Iron Mountain, MI, call Northwoods Adventures now to schedule your own adventure!
We almost did not go because the temp was in the 60's, but we are so glad we made the 2 hour trip. It was so much fun!! The water was warm and our guide, McKenzie, was AWESOME!! She made the whole experience exciting and she was very engaging. All the guides seemed great! I went with my husband and 2 son's, 17 and 14. Highlight of our UP trip. The river and the surrounding area was absolutely beautiful. Wish we could've gotten pictures of that. FYI- if you are coming from the East, Iron Mountain is in a different time zone, which we were unaware of, therefore we arrived super early. Just something to keep in kind.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
This is a great place to visit. It can be broken into segments. Many folks just walk to one or two vantage points (20 or 30 minutes) but you can see all of them, recommended, in about 2 hours. You shouldn't miss this Trail if you are in the area.
5 based on 15 reviews
Located just each of Quinnesec traffic light, and across road from an RV sales & service business. This is a free road stop with a beautiful little waterfall, just for our enjoyment. There's a few picnic tables & some bathrooms (not really indoor). Just sit back and view the falls in peace. There are also hiking/climbing trails leading to the top of falls & beyond. Some local folks hold weddings with the falls as backdrop. It is seasonal; closed during cold weather. I think there's a geocaching spot here too.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Guided Underground Tours -- A certified Michigan State Historical Landmark. This fascinating tour is family fun and educational too!! You won't forget the experience of visiting the Iron Mountain Iron Mine with skilled guides who take you through 2600 feet of underground drifts and tunnels to 400 feet below the earth's surface to see an amazing underground, lighted cavern giving you a close up view of strange geological formations. Watch tour guides operate mining machinery that was used over 100 years ago. Ride the underground mine train into the tunnel and walk approximately 2 city blocks to see the reality of iron ore mining. Over 21 million tons of iron ore was taken from this mine during 1877 to 1945. Visitors are given rain coats and hard hats before the tour begins. The temperature of the mine is a crisp 43 degrees, so a sweater or jacket is recommended along with closed covered shoes.
The Iron Mountain Mine tour began with an array of mining equipment just outside the mine entrance. Then, wearing hard hats and rain coats, we were taken in open cars along tracks leading into the mine. The tour was very interesting and our young guide...MoreThank you for taking the time to review our business! Much appreciated!!
5 based on 20 reviews
Norway Spring has a story. While drilling for iron ore, a local mining company perforated an aquifer and created this artesian well (a spring). They built this stone mound around it with a spot to drink like from a fountain and a compartment to fill jugs. The water is clear, cold and delicious. The well is so deep that there is no danger of contamination.
There is a nice highway pull off which is very safe from passing cars. Kids will be fascinated by the water coming from the ground, and you can take five minutes to stretch your legs. There's an interpretive sign and a picnic table.
What's not to like? And just across the highway is an Alpaca Farm.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
The large farm generally opens for strawberry picking around the 4th of July each year. They have flat cardboard boxes/carriers available for pickers (you can keep the cardboard box - I guess it is included in the price or there was a small fee for it). They charge by the pound and are reasonably priced. A very efficient and organized setup, though parking is on the roadside or in a bumpy dirt lot. It is one of the only strawberry farms in the area so is very popular. They also have other seasonable fruits and vegetables during the year. Well worth the stop! Hours when we stopped were morning only, although they do recommend you call ahead to confirm their hours for the day.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
We were here with a big group of people. The bar is decorated nicely, they have a dining area in the back and a beer garden. The kids were able to run, the adults had fun and we had great food!
5 based on 16 reviews
A revisit with our guests who'd not been here earlier. The outdoor veranda around the store allows folks to view the alpacas, and feed them too. (get the feed from a dispenser) The alpacas are looking for it!
Its still a great place; anyone who is a crafter &/or knitter will find lots to
4.5 based on 36 reviews
NEW OWNERSHIP THIS SEASON 2014 Norway Mountain has reopened after 2 years fully renovated with improved snow making and grooming with the GRAND OPENING of the Summit Restaurant and Bar we will tease your taste buds with our CHEFS culinary creations. Norway Mountain is committed to producing great grooming and outstanding service to all are guests.
"new mgt" snuck out of town and owe everyone. This includes restaurant, resort, ski hill. This is sad. They had renovated & it looked so much better.We have not snuck out of town. And the mountain is not officially closed. Just temporarily closed as changes are being made. Thank you for your concern.
4 based on 3 reviews
Despite just being over the border in Michigan, Pier's Gorge is included in Marinette County's official waterfalls tour. It is relatively easy to get to and the walking path is in excellent condition. The area is used for many other activities like boating and fishing so the hiking is not treacherous. Since this is a gorge and not a waterfall, it lacks a spectacular cascade but it is still nice to look at and the area is beautiful.
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