The Iron Ore Heritage Trail In Michigan Winds Through 47 Miles Of Upper Peninsula History
If you love exploring the great outdoors, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has so much to offer. In fact, some Lower Peninsula residents don’t even fully appreciate the beauty of this portion of our state, which provides access to everything from sprawling shorelines to resplendent waterfalls. When you’re looking for a fun way to explore, there’s one U.P. trail that belongs on your bucket list.
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For more information about this 47-mile wonderland in the Great Lakes State, click here. Have you explored portions of this trail during previous U.P. adventures? Share your suggestions with us in the comment section below or recommend another outdoor spot by filling out our nomination form here.