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Sept. 21, 2018

Leaves are starting to show some nice color patches here and there of red and orange.  Our color right now is about 20%.  One good thing about where we are, is that we will have several peaks in our area.  First along U.S. 2 to Watersmeet, next you will find some on the logging roads in the Ottawa, and last along the Lake Shore.

Talking about color, don’t forget about Copper Peak Adventure Ride.  You won’t see these views of color anywhere else like at Copper Peak.  Hours are 10:00 -4:30 daily through mid-October.



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.

Fall is all about our natural surroundings! The Western Upper Peninsula at its untamed best, raw and rugged. With a Lake that thinks it is an ocean and abundant rivers flowing through ancient forests summer is the perfect time for paddling, fishing, rock hounding, hiking, or just quietly taking in blue skies and beautiful beaches.

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