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Fall Colors

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 23, 2019

Our color is at 25-40% this week. You will see stretches of brilliant colors mixed in with the greens. Some of our trees have lost their leaves and have turned brown due to the dryness. Generally peak is the last week of September and the first week of October so you still have a lot of time to come up to Gogebic County to enjoy our fall colors. The color closer to Lake Superior is usually a week behind inland.

Make sure when you are here to head out to Copper Peak. The view is spectacular when you take the Adventure Ride to the top. Copper Peak is open through mid-October; hours are 10AM-4:30PM.

If you need any additional information feel free to call our office at 906-932-4850.

Enjoy the fall color!!!!

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