Explore Minnesota’s Iron Range when you fly to a jet charter airport in Hibbing, Minnesota.
With some of the best year-round recreation, Minnesota has to offer, Hibbing is a small town that flies far under the radar of most tourists. But, those who visit the town, whether for business or pleasure, never fail to fall in love with the charming town.
Featuring hundreds of miles of hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling trails, Hibbing is an adventurer’s paradise. When you’re ready for a change of pace from traversing the Iron Range, stop by one of the many lakes or rivers and cast a line to try your hand at catching your own dinner in some of the American Midwest’s best angling spots. And, if you’re visiting for leisure, retire under the stars at one of the many local campgrounds that dot the landscape in Saint Louis County, Minnesota.
When visiting Hibbing, be sure to stop at the Hull-Rust-Mahoning Open Pit Iron Mine. Situated on the edge of town, the site is the largest open-pit mine in the world.
Feel like hitting the greens? Check out Hibbing’s nine-hole municipal golf course of the local-favorite Mesaba Country Club which is open to public play. Founded in 1921, the Mesaba Country Club is regarded by golfers as one of the best courses in the entire state.
Before you leave, explore the paved haven of the Mesabi Trail. Covering more than 130 miles between Grand Rapids and Ely, the Mesabi Trail is perfect for a peaceful afternoon walk or calming bike ride through the Minnesota plains.