Deals in Hibbing

Household Membership or History Lover Membership at the Wisconsin Historical Society and Museum (Up to 52% Off)

Wisconsin Historical Society

Multiple Locations

$60 $29

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Membership includes discounted or free admission to the Society's historic sites, from Black Point Estate to Old World Wisconsin in Eagle

60-Minute Glass-Blowing Class for Up to Two from Lake Superior Art Glass (45% Off)

Lake Superior Art Glass

Duluth

$179 $98

Create your own unique wine goblet, and then enjoy a glass of wine while Lake Superior Art Glass' staff assembles your finished goblet

Adventure Park for Four or Eight at Spirit Mountain (Up to 56% Off)

Spirit Mountain

Duluth

$34 $20

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Amidst scenic mountain slopes, visitors get their thrills on a zip-line and an alpine coaster, or ride on lifts and mountain bikes

Family Membership or Family Package with One-Year Membership to Highbridge Hills Sports Complex (Up to 66% Off)

Highbridge Hills Sports Complex

Ashland County

$300 $149

Home to one of the largest disc-golf complexes, they also welcome barefoot running, biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, and stargazing

Amy Grant at The Sanford Center on October 22 at 7 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Amy Grant

The Sanford Center

$37.84 $19

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Grammy-winning Christian artist Amy Grant sings her '90s hits and inspiring new songs

Piers Gorge Half-Day Whitewater-Rafting Trip for Two, Four, or Six from Northwood's Adventures (Up to 59% Off)

Northwood's Adventures

Iron Mountain

$95.90 $47

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Instructors guide 7- to 8-person rafts on trip over Class I–IV rapids on scenic Menominee River, passing nesting site of bald eagles

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Gold Mine Camp occupies a secluded spot along the Vermillion River, deep in Minnesota's Superior National Forest. It's an ideal spot for truly getting away from it all. There's no cell phone service, and about the only sound you'll hear is the casting of a reel or the call of an eagle circling overhead.

Walleye, bass, and northern pike fill the 49-mile-long river, which connects Lake Vermillion and Crane Lake. The river is slow moving and tranquil, in keeping with the pace of things at camp. In addition to the abundant fishing, there are a number of hiking trails that wind through the forest. It's not uncommon to see wildlife such as moose and deer roasting marshmallows over an open fire.

After a day on the river or trails, guests retreat to lakeside log cabins located near a handful of barbecue grills and a cleaning house for preparing the day's catch. Some of the two- and three-bedroom cabins can accommodate as many as eight guests, and all of them are outfitted with a full kitchen.

7036 Gold Mine Road
Orr,
MN
US

Grandview Tall Timber Resort is located on Lake Kabetogama near Woodenfrog State Campground and is a gateway to the unspoiled waters of Voyageurs National Park with access to Lake Kabetogama, Namakan Lake, Sand Point Lake and Crane Lake.

10479 Waltz Rd
Kabetogama,
MN
US

Elbow Lake Lodge is a year round event center and get a way. From weddings, corporate retreats and family reunions as well as family vacations. We have a seasonal restaurant and bar. Protected marina with gas and bait. The natural sand beach is perfect for swimming!

3975 Kennedy Rd
Cook,
MN
US

After the lodge's two award-winning golf courses close in late October, skiers and boarders ride on natural snow at Giants Ridge for the winter, with snowmakers enlisted to outsource Mother Nature's surplus work. Warmer weather excursions in nearby Superior National Forest include more than 1,500 miles of canoe routes in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness, as well as hiking and biking among old-growth boreal forests.About an hour's drive south in Duluth lies Glensheen, a 39-room Jacobean Revival mansion whose original 1908 interior remains largely intact, offering an imitable glimpse into early 20th-century midwestern culture. Down the shoreline, belly-flopping river otters and black-crowned night herons entertain at the Great Lakes Aquarium, which hosts 15 exhibits' worth of amphibians, birds, aquatic animals, and sofas that have sprouted fins.

6373 Wynne Creek Dr
Biwabik,
MN
US

Located in the heart of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, Piragis Northwoods Company outfits excursioneers with all the necessities for embarking into the wily wilderness of northern Minnesota. Before outfitting adventurers, experienced outdoorsmen assist in planning routes and campsites to meet outdoorsy goals and wolf-man-sighting desires. Campers then rent accoutrements such as lightweight Kevlar canoes ($30+/day), solo or tandem kayaks ($30+/day), and Kevlar paddles ($6/day). Alternatively, woodspeople can be fully outfitted with canoes, paddles, packed food, tent and tarp, packs, witch repellent, sleeping bags, and a plethora of other gear ($100/person/day).

105 N Central Ave
Ely,
MN
US

The pristine quality of the remote trails and clearings winding through the Superior National Forest gives new meaning to the word white. There are no people, no cars, and no buildings towering overhead to mar the scene, framed only by majestic cedar groves. The frosty trail and snow-heavy branches whoosh silently past—the only sounds you hear are the rhythmic mushing of the alaskan huskies in front of you and the almost synchronized beating of your own heart. After a meal cooked over a campfire, your trip might end with some hot-tub time, a fireside chat in a private lake house, or listening to the dogs' nighttime chorus of "Hungry Like the Wolf" as they bed down outside a cozy, heated yurt.

It was the vision of husband-and-wife team Peter McClelland and Chris Hegenbarth to create such experiences for beginning and advanced sledders of all ages. They founded White Wilderness Sled Dog Adventures to share their love of outdoor activities in general—including camping and fishing—and of sled dogs in particular. As a seasoned guide and cofounder of the Ely Area Mushing Association, McClelland is dedicated to the welfare of sled dogs everywhere. Hegenbarth handles the details, including the baking of the cookies that accompany each sled driver on his or her journey. In the National Geographic book The 100 Best Vacations to Enrich Your Life, author Pam Grout says McClelland and Hegenbarth "don't just sell you a dogsled trip—they adopt you for a few days," making sure guests are warm and well fed.

The couple has gathered together some of the most experienced dog drivers in the north woods, including licensed EMT Erik Danielson and nine-year dogsledding veteran Theo Theobald, who prides herself on seeing more moose than traffic lights in any given month. The company is one of the few sled-dog trip providers that trains its dogs year-round; staffers spend off-season months teaching the dogs to run through an obstacle course and playing hours of Twister to improve their agility.

10121 Deep Lake Rd
Ely,
MN
US