Announcing the formation of the new Anderson Bluffs & River Trail Foundation Inc. This non-profit foundation has been formed by Eric Anderson and Angela Santini, owners of ABR Trails, Inc., in Ironwood, Michigan, with a vision to sustain the ABR legacy as the Midwest’s premier Nordic ski destination for generations to come and connect ABR Trails to the larger community.
15th Annual Taste of the Trails
March 14th 2020, Saturday from 12:00 to 2 PM
Sample our local cuisine and specialties of our local restaurants. Restaurants will have tables set up at the trailhead. There is no special cost for the event, just pay the food costs at each booth. Typically $2-5. Sample our local cuisine and specialties of our local restaurants.
Don and GG’s – Jamaican Jerk Chicken Skewers (GF), Jamaican Rice (GF, V), Homemade Cookies, Hummus Cups (GF, V), and a tropical soft drink.
Manny’s – Pasta in a Marinara sauce.
Cold Iron – Drift North IPA, Ayer Street Amber, Honey Cream Ale and
Catherine the Great Porter.
Brewsters – Sliders from the grill.
Bake Superior – Personal size Scone, Palmiers ( chocolate dipped croissant).
ABR Ski Trails improved its first responder skills and tools this winter with the help of several local groups.
The SISU Ski Fest helped fund the purchase of an Orion Rescue sled. This rescue sled is fully suspended and designed for rescue. It has a cover to protect the patient from the elements and give them a smooth ride to the ambulance.
Joel Bach a paramedic taught a Heartsaver CPR class to 13 of the ABR Ski Trails team of employees, volunteers and friends. There are plans to have a First Aid and Stop the Bleed program for the team this spring/summer.
A Michigan Rural Health Grant provided several AED units for the local school systems, law enforcement and ABR Trails.
Alicia Zazeski a paramedic and groomer for ABR set up a trauma bag, first responder kit that was mounted and labeled on the wall in the trailhead cabin of ABR.
Eric Anderson and Angela Santini, owners of ABR, purchased a snowmobile dedicated to pull the rescue sled and will be erecting a small dedicated shelter for housing the snowmobile and sled.
14th Annual Taste of the Trails
March 9th 2019, Saturday from 12:00 to 2 PM
Sample our local cuisine and specialties of our local restaurants. Restaurants will have tables set up at the trailhead. There is no special cost for the event, just pay the food costs at each booth. Typically $2-5.
Don and GG’s – Taco bar, Gluten free homemade Hummus and Veggies, cranberry and almond cookies, hot cider and drinks,maybe a grilled item.
Manny’s – Pork Sandwiches
Cold Iron – Drift North IPA Black River Beer, Honey Cream Ale and Brut IPA
Golden Dragon – Veggie Eggroll, Teriachi Chicken, General Tso Chicken and home brew tea