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Iron Mountain

Dickinson County,

Michigan

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The Michigan state capital is Lansing.


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Zip Codes

49801

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Statistics & Facts

The population of Iron Mountain is approximately 8,525 (1990), 7624 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 3,789 (1990), 3362 (2010).

The amount of land area in Iron Mountain is 18.654 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 1.562 sq kilometers.
The distance from Iron Mountain to Washington DC is 754 miles. The distance to the Michigan state capital is 279 miles. (as the crow flies)
Iron Mountain is positioned 45.82 degrees north of the equator and 88.06 degrees west of the prime meridian.

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Location

Iron Mountain location: near the Wisconsin border in upper Michigan, about 100 miles north of Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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Climate & Weather

Iron Mountain average annual rainfall is 30 inches per year
Iron Mountain average annual snowfall is 63 inches per year.
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History & History Related Items

Iron Mountain history:

Founded in 1879 when the Chapin Mine was discovered. This mine is now considered one of the greatest iron minesin the world. Though it closed on 1 August 1932, it produced 27,506,868 tons of iron ore from 1879 until its closure. The mine helped to bring many new residents into the area. Because a large number of the immigrants were Italian, Swedish and Cornish, their traditions and cultures remain and have a place today.
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Attractions

Iron Mountain attractions:

Iron Mountain is the home of the world's largest wooden ski jump, known as Pine Mountain Ski Jump. There is a World Cup Ski Jumping competition there every February.

For Winter sports, it could hardly be any better. Downhill skiing may be found at Norway Mountain. You can choose your trail for cross country skiing and snowmobiles. Pine Mountain is also another popular ski resort.

Snowmobile Conditions in the area.

Iron Mountain Iron Mine
P.O. Box 177
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
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9 miles east of Iron Mountain on Hwy U.S. 2
Phone: 906-563-8077
Off Season: 906-774-7914

Cornish Pumping Engine & Mining Museum
Iron Mountain, Michigan is home to the largest steam powered engine in North America, mining artifacts, and WW11 replica glider.

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