The Quincy Mine Hoist Association would like to thank all of the volunteers who have come together to help our Community recover from the devestation that the recent flood has caused in the Copper Country. If you have volunteered, we invite you to join us for VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION DAY on Sunday
We took a day off on Father's day to recover from the flooding in the area, but we are now open daily from 9:30am to 5:00pm through late October. The Full Tours are offered continuously throughout the day.
Come and experience our Copper Country history!
The #2 Shaft-Rockhouse will be lit on Sunday, June 24th as a beacon of Hope for the Copper Country. Though the area has encountered destruction, our community has come together to shine and move forward! We are Copper Country strong!
What is happening on Quincy Hill this spring? Clue #7: The project is about 65% complete, and will take a break for the summer season. Find out how you can tie in to this project by contacting 906-482-5569.
In addition to mine tours on Quincy Hill, tours are now available at the Quincy Mining Company smelter location! These tours are offered Monday through Saturday at 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm, and 2:00 pm.
When you get off the cog rail tram your underground guide will drive you through the adit (horizontal mine entrance) nearly one-half mile straight into the side of the hill. The adit is approximately 15 feet high and 15 feet wide. On the way to the No.