Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts (ICORE)

Category: Latest News


New parking at Hurley Trailhead

There’s more space for parking at the Hurley Non-Motorized trailhead! ICORE had a small gravel parking area added to the trailhead next to the non-motorized trail. Thank you to the members of the ICORE Trails Committee that made this project…

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Trails Committee receives Walmart Community Grant

July 27, 2019 — The ICORE Trails Committee has received a $500 Community Grant from Walmart. The Walmart Local Community Grant program awards grants directly from Walmart facilities to local organizations in the U.S. These grant funds will be added…

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MECCA trails incentive funding

May 24, 2019 Mercer, WI – MECCA Ski Club is pleased to offer incentive funding for groups that would like to get out and enjoy our trails. We created this fund from sponsor and skier revenue from the Turtle River Pursuit…

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Northwoods Land Trust encourages Iron County conservation easements

Eagle River, WI – Thanks to a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ Lake Protection program project, owners of large stretches of natural shorelines on lakes and flowages in Iron County are now being encouraged to consider lasting, voluntary protection of…

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2019 Road bike group

A new group is forming for road bike group rides in the greater Mercer area. For starters, rides will begin at Carow Park in Mercer with start time at 7:30 a.m. Ride days are Wednesdays for rides of approximately 40…

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Hurley to Montreal Trail Update – April 2019

Image of snow-covered railway overpass bridge

This winter has been a mix of tragedy and optimistic progress for the ICORE Hurley to Montreal Trail Project. In December, Mike Fauerbach and the Trails Committee organized a successful fundraiser at Sharon’s Coffee Company in Hurley. Mike and everyone involved were…

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In memory of Mike Fauerbach

We are saddened by the death of ICORE board member Mike Fauerbach. Mike was an incredibly hard-working supporter of ICORE, the Hurley Non-Motorized Trail, and the Hurley School District. He will be deeply missed by the Iron County community and…

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ICORE explores old-growth

From the Ironwood Daily Globe, January 12, 2019 – MERCER, Wis. – A group of hikers got a chance to see some of Wisconsin’s remaining old-growth timber Friday as the Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts organized a hike into a stand…

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Trails Committee begins pledge drive

The ICORE Trails Committee has begin a pledge drive to secure funds for a future purchase of land to extend the Hurley Non-Motorized Trail to Montreal.  Any funds pledged towards the project will be used to cover any required local…

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ICORE kicks off capital campaign

From the Ironwood Daily Globe, December 3, 2018:  Hurley — While they don’t know the final number they’re working towards, Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts members began raising funds toward the purchase of a section of rail grade in northern Iron County Sunday at a…

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