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The Big Powderhorn contains several downhill skiing trails.

Big Powderhorn Mountain is a 250-acre (1.0 km2) ski resort located in Gogebic County in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, within Bessemer Township and Ironwood Township (between the cities of Bessemer and Ironwood). The mountain is part of the Gogebic Range with a summit of 1,640 ft (500m) and a base elevation of 1,240 ft (378m), for a 400 ft. vertical drop. It offers 33 trails for Alpine skiing and Snowboarding with an even mix of easy, intermediate, and difficult trail ratings and two terrain parks. Night skiing is currently available on Saturday nights. The Wolverine Nordic Trail also connects to the resort for cross-country skiing.

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