A fresh blanket of snow in The Great Waters does not simply cover our trails and landscapes, it gives them new life. Transformed into a frozen, wintry landscape, visiting some of your favorite locations in The Great Waters during a new season is almost like discovering them again for the first time. Let Our marked trails guide you, or blaze your own path to adventure through our endless wilderness.
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Wilderness Loop - Tahquamenon Falls State Park
7.4 miles: Travelers are led through the most remote areas of the park among old hemlock forests and peatland areas. The trail features a beaver pond and dam on the loop's eastern portion. As ferns grow taller in mid-summer, the trail becomes increasingly difficult to follow. It is recommended