SOMETIMES ITS ABOUT THE JOURNEY, NOT THE DESTINATION
Go ahead. Get out of the car, grab you bike, strap on your helmet and get ready to ride. Peddle through ancient forests, alongside hidden lakes, and past natural marvels. The landscape of The Great Waters with it's ever changing vistas will surely take your breath away. Nothing can surpass the feeling of reaching the top of the mountain or the end of the trail and finding yourself surrounded by pristine waters, untouched forests, and triumphant natural splendor as far – and farther than – the eye can see.
From Mackinac Island to Tahquamenon Falls, you will be hard-pressed to find more awe-inspiring vistas, or a place on Earth that at once relaxes and invigorates your spirit.
So start your journey, pick a path, explore a trail, and enjoy the ride.
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Bay de Noc-Grand Island Trail
The 40-mile trail overlooks the Whitefish River basin from a ridge running from Rapid River to Munising. Trail follows the ancient portage route of Chippewa Indians from Lake Michigan to Lake Superior. The Bay de Noc-to-Grand Island Trail begins from a point 2 1/2 miles east of the
Canada Lake Pathway
Drummond Island is comprised of 83,000 acres, 150 miles of rugged scenic shoreline, 133 square miles of forested landscape, and 34 inland lakes. Within this diverse habitat, a number of rare species, land formations and plants can be found. Some of the Island's rare features include Puddingstones,
Emerson Biking Trail - Tahquamenon Falls State Park
1 mile: Bikers are welcome on this Tahquamenon Falls State Park trail located near the Rivermouth Campground on the Tahquamenon River. The last 200 feet of the trail leading to Whitefish Bay remains incomplete, but will be found passable by the adventurous rider!
Escanaba Non-Motorized Pathway
The City of Escanaba Recreation Department offers the public a year around trail system that can be used for a variety of non-motorized activities. Depending on the weather, this trail system of about 6.6 miles of various loops can be used for cross-county skiing and snow shoeing in the winter months,
Grand Island Loop Biking
Mountain bikers can reach the shores of Grand Island through a half mile pontoon-ferry ride. Considered one of the most scenic mountain bike trails in Michigan, this adventure offers you 21.7 miles of single-tracks, double-tracks, and dirt roads. Riders then embark on a route that guides them
Hiking and Biking in the Les Cheneaux Area
Spring, summer and fall are all ideal times for biking and hiking in the Eastern Upper Peninsula. Exploring by paved roads on bicycle is best in spring and fall, when there is less traffic volume. Highway M-134 runs along the Northern Lake Huron stretch provides beautiful vistas, access to the
Indian Lake Pathway
There is nothing quite like the Mackinac Island experience; a vacation with no automobiles, waking up to the gentle clip clop of horse and buggy, travelers enjoy leisure carriage tours, butterfly conservatories, fudge tasting, hiking, biking and trail riding through Mackinac State Historic Park . Hikers
McNearney Bike Trail
Pine Bowl Pathway
Rudyard School Farm Trail
School Forest Ski Trail
Valley Spur Ski Trail
Whitefish Point Road
11 miles: The perfect trail for the adventurous sightseer! Bike the scenic route along North Whitefish Point Road from Paradise to Whitefish Point, taking in both the tremendous historic and recreational opportunities offered by Paradise. Please be cautious and watchful of automobile