This is a FREE community snowshoe hike with a goal of bringing awareness to the great snowshoe and ski trails that the City of Montreal has to offer! Donations will be accepted to benefit the Penokee Rangers, Inc., who care for the trails on a volunteer basis.
The afternoon will include a 1.5 mile casual snowshoe hike through a portion of the Historic Montreal Ski Trails! Participants are asked to park at the Montreal City Hall where they will be shuttled to the trail head behind Rose Wreath.
The Hurley Chamber is planning a fun trail activity and Extension Iron County’s community snowshoes will be available to use for FREE! Hot beverages will be available at the trail head during the hike and at the Montreal City Hall. The hike will be taking place between 1:00-3:00 pm.
Do you have what it takes to seize the Hygge [Hoo-ga] Hike Chili Cook Off title? In addition to our community snowshoe hike, we are also planning a chili cook off! We are inviting individuals, businesses and organizations to share their culinary creations for the chance to take home swag, earn bragging rights and house the coveted 2020 HYGGE CUP!
This event is open to the whole community! For just $10, you will be able to taste and judge original chili recipes so come hungry!
All proceeds will benefit the Penokee Rangers, who maintain the Historic Montreal Ski Trails on a volunteer basis. Whether you are planning to participate in the snowshoe hike or not, be sure to stop by the Montreal City Hall between 1:00-3:30 to sample some great chili and support a great cause!
For more information about the Hygge Hike Chili Cook Off, please visit the Hygge Hike Facebook event or view the Hygge Hike Chili Cook Off flyer below.
If you have any questions, feel free to call Extension Iron County at 715-561-2695.