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More than 150 waterfalls

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Experience Fall Color tours

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Explore Michigan’s Trailhead

In the fall, enjoy a panoramic view of glorious fall foliage and clear blue water. Fall is the perfect time to explore back roads on a bike, paddle a quiet lake, hike a densely forested trail, climb a rugged mountain or just plain change your perspective on what the world has to offer.  Adventure Awaits at Michigan’s Trailhead.

Getaway from the everyday and reconnect with the wild inside of you. Come to the westernmost corner of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Embrace our endless rivers and countless waterfalls, clean and clear and fresher than you ever knew. Discover Lake Superior, mighty and proud. Find yourself in the wandering trails through mystic old growth forests deep in The Ottawa National Forest.

Fall Color Report
September 16,2019

Here it is mid-September already and the leaves are showing some nice reds and oranges.  Color right now is about 10% with peak color being generally the last week of September and the first week of October.  In our area we have about three to four peaks in different areas, first along U. S. 2 to Watersmeet-next south of Wakefield on Chaney Lake Rd. –  and then on some of the logging roads in the Ottawa and later along Lake Superior Shore.

You will want to visit Copper Peak for our fall color and take the Adventure Ride to the top of Copper Peak for some of the most spectacular views in the Midwest.  The color is breath taking. Come up and enjoy our fall color!!!  If you have any questions you can call the office at 906-932-5-4850 or visit our website www.explorewesternup.com

Whatever trail you choose to follow, your outdoor adventure starts at Michigan’s Trailhead.