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Biking

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Sunday Lake

Walking and bicycling trails. Lake for all types of watersports. Camping. Beach area and two pavilions for rent.

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Whitecap Mountain bike trails

Conquer our 2 mountain bike trails that lead you through the Penokee Mountain Range. More trails will be added Spring/Summer 2019. Intermediate to advanced.

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Wakefield Split Rock Bike Trails

Mountain Bike, Hiking and Snowshoe trails in Wakefield, Michigan. Follow Putnam Street on to Castile Road. Winter parking across from the mine buildings

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Miners Memorial Heritage Park Bike Trails

Coming soon!

For 2019 the MNRTF has awarded the City of Ironwood and the SISU Dirt Crew a $280,000 grant for development of a mountain bike trail system at Miner’s Memorial Heritage Park in Ironwood, MI. The 167-acre park, located in the center of the city, was once the location of numerous historical mining operations. The new network of mountain biking trails will provide opportunities for cyclists of all levels – from beginner to advanced. The project will include development of several trailheads around the park as well as a link and trailhead on the Iron Belle Trail north of the site. The park also features a network of walking, cross-country and snowshoe trails and hosts community activities such as the Candle Light Snowshoe Hike and the SISU Skifest, a popular cross-country ski race in Ironwood.

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Big Powderhorn Moutain Bike Trails

See amazing views from the top as you climb Powderhorn ski hill. the trails then take you into the Wolverine bike trails, and then a fun and flowy decent. start at the main lodge or within the wolverine trails.

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Copper Peak Bike Trails

The trails navigate down to the Black River then climbs 500+ vertical feet to the historic Copper Peak ski flying jump, the biggest ski jump in North America! The downhill is fast and flowy with intermittent jumps and bridges.

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Porcupine Mountains State Park

Pristine woods. Outstanding recreational opportunities.

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is 15 miles west of Ontonagon in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The park’s 60,000 acres are one of the few remaining large wilderness areas in the Midwest. Towering virgin timber, secluded lakes, and miles of wild rivers and streams make a visit to the “Porkies” a trip to remember.

The Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park was established in 1945 by Michigan’s Legislature. Since then, many changes have taken place in the way we live; however, the Porcupine Mountains are almost unchanged. The remote interior with its towering pine and hemlock seems to defy time. The solitude of the park is mysterious and exciting.

For information on waterfalls in the area, download the “Find Your North Waterfall Guide“.

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Wolverine Nordic Ski, Bike and Hiking Trails

Wolverine Nordic Ski Trails in Ironwood offers 24K of ski trails including several loops for classic striding and skate skiing. There are 14K of marked snowshoe trails and 7K of snow bike trails. Lake Effect snow provides the area with snow that tends to arrive earlier, pile deeper, and last longer than anywhere else in the midwest. The rolling terrain offers trails for all levels of skiing, snowshoeing, snow biking hiking, and trail running.

Download Mountain Bike Trail Map. Download Nordic Ski Trail Map. Download Snowshoe Trail Map.

Ski and snowshoe trails can be accessed at the chalet trailhead at 5851 Sunset Road. There is also a trailhead behind Apsirus Ironwood Hospital. The Summit Road trailhead provides access to snow bike trails as well as ski and snowshoe trails. (more…)

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Michigan’s Iron Belle Trail

Jump on the longest designated state trail in the nation as you hike or bike your way between Belle Isle Park in Detroit and Ironwood in the Upper Peninsula. Explore pristine forests, pass cool rivers and visit charming towns, and find out why Michigan is known as “The Trails State.” The 1,273-mile hiking route (69% complete) incorporates a large portion of the existing North Country National Scenic Trail. It traverses the west side of the Lower Peninsula and borders Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula. The 791-mile bicycle route (64% complete) utilizes existing multi-use trails and follows US-2, a designated national bicycling route in the Upper Peninsula. Our local portion of the trail runs from the Depot park, into Hurley WI, and continuing to Bessemer with expansion to Wakefield MI in the near future.

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Cemetery Riverside Trails

Starting at either the Pure Michigan Welcome Center or Riverside Cemetery, this trail offers a short one mile hike through the Riverside Cemetery and along the Montreal River. Or 3 loops of biking trails.

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Mt Zion Scienic Overlook Trails

Skiing, Mountain Biking, Scenic Overlook, Frisbee Golf Mt. Zion is Located on the campus of Gogebic Community College and owned and operated by the college. Open to the public, the Mt. Zion complex also serves as a laboratory for the college’s nationally recognized Ski Area Management Program. Mt. Zion is well-known for very reasonable ski rates, numerous “Learn to Ski and Snowboard Programs” for children, and our very own, snow-tubing park. Enjoy beautiful vistas, mountain biking, and Frisbee golf in the summer.

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