Hiking Michigan (Paperback)

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APRIL 2013

April may bring some showers, but I'm ready to see some green. I hope to
walk/hike some of the places I cross-country skied this winter. The
section on the Sleeping Bear Dunes is detailed with both descriptions
& small maps. The North Country Trail section is not so detailed,
but provides references to contact for additional information. Nearby
Grass River Natural area is included as well. I plan to keep my copy in
the car so I have it when out traveling. As a gift for a friend or to
add to your own collection this is a great book to have on hand.

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— margaret


From the wilderness areas of the Upper Peninsula--including Isle Royale National Park and Porcupine Mountain--to the High Country Pathway through Pigeon River State Forest in the Lower Peninsula and to the 875-mile North Country Trail, this guide offers the spectrum of hiking adventures.

About the Author

Mike Modrzynski has written more than a thousand feature magazine articles and authored two books about fishing. He lives in Rogers City, Michigan.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780762727001
Publisher: FalconGuides
Publication Date: July 2003
Pages: 224