Ice Wine, Yeti spottings, and other Snow Fun!

They’re celebrating the Ice Wine Harvest on the Old Mission Peninsula this weekend…or enjoy lots of fun in the snow at Boyne Highlands! Saturday promises to be a blast in Suttons Bay with Yetifest…and you can enjoy both a morning, and evening snowshoe hike!

 

 

Ice Wine Festival at Chateau Chantal, Friday, January 25th through Sunday, January 27th

Enjoy tastes of wine made from frozen grapes. Featuring a wine club member VIP reception, Ice wine cellar tours and more. Get details at hateauchantal.com

 

Homecoming weekend at Boyne Highlands, January 25th-27th

Fun all weekend long includes a bonfire with s’mores, Cardboard classic, live music, the Snow Globe ski and snowshoe, fireworks and more. Get the complete schedule of events at boynehighlands.com

 

Yetifest in Suttons Bay, Saturday, January 26th

Featuring a Yeti Discovery program, Yeti scavenger hunt, Movie and music for kids, turkey bowling at the ice rink, the Norseman cardboard classic, Yeti Chili cook-off and more. More info at facebook.com/YetiFest

 

Torch River Natural Area Hike, Saturday, January 26th, 10am

Choose either skis or snowshoes to traverse the 1.6 mile rolling loop. Bring your own gear and join the hike, presented by the GT Regional Land Conservancy. Pre-register and get details at gtrlc.org

 

Bearcub Outfitters Torchlight Snowshoe, Saturday, January 26th, 5-9pm

Enjoy snow-covered trails lit by more than 100 torches, and warm up inside with hot chocolate and cookies by the fire. Snowshoes available courtesy of Bearcub Outfitters. Free. Get more info at campdaggett.org

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