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In July we took a short trip to Northern Michigan (the "sunrise coast") using DuFresne's user friendly guide to the best places to hike in the lower peninsula. We had great parks ALL TO OURSELVES, and NOT in a scary way. Well marked trails, decent pit toilets, parking and informational signs were all included with your recreational passport or daypass. The beaver and bald eagle at close range were no additional charge. In any year these places are beautiful, but this summer they are necessary.— From Carla's Picks
Explore the hills, ridges, sand dunes, and breathtaking views of the Great Lake State, one trail at a time
Each chapter begins with an overview of each hike—the type of hike, total distance, time, difficulty, highlights, maps, and trailhead GPS coordinates. Readers will learn the best way to access the trail, tips and suggestions, and key features to look out for along the way (scenic views, drinking water, rest stops, waterfalls, and old growth trees). Whether readers are setting out in the Sleeping Bear region to observe shipwrecks, open dunes, and beach walking on the South Manitou Island trail, 50 Hikes in Michigan (with 10 bonus hikes!) is the perfect companion.