Upper Peninsula

The upper peninsula of Michigan comprises 33% of the land mass of the state, but is home to only 3% of the population.  Miles and miles of Great Lakes shoreline surround hundreds of square miles of pristine forest, forests that are dotted with lakes and crossed by endless miles of rivers and streams.  Here and there across the beautiful landscape, a few towns and communities are home to the hardy citiezens, yoopers.

Many more trails and nature destinations are found at www.upnorthmichigan.com

Beaver Pond Trail   Off The Grid Getaway
Black River Waterfalls Drive Keweenaw Wall Ontonagon
Brockway Mountain Drive Konteka Getaway Ontonagon Scenic Drive
Captured Spirits Lakenenland Ontonagon Water Trail
  Les Cheneaux Piers Gorge
  Lignum Vitae Scott's Point Beach
Castle Rock Kitch iti Kipi Snowmobile Museum
Copper Harbor MacIntosh Stone Spirit Houses
Crisp Point Lighthouse Manistique St. Ignace
  Maxton Plains Alvar Sturgeon River Gorge
Drummond Island Menominee Top of the Lake
Fossil Ledges Michigan's Boot Hill  
Haywire Grade Trail Monarch Butterfly Migration Union Mine Trail
Hemlock Cathedral Trail Nahma  
Hunters Point Trail Newberry Tablets  
Huron Jewel Tall Ship   Whitefish Scenic Byway
IXL Museum   Yooper Creation Story
     

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