Northern Forest

The North Country National Scenic Trail

The North Country National Scenic Trail runs from Vermont to North Dakota and is approximately 4800 miles long, traversing the Upper Peninsula en-route. Most of the 20 mile Munising/AuTrain portion of the NCT is within the Hiawatha National Forest, winding through a variety of forested ecosystems with interspersed lakes. The Hiawatha`s Munising North Country Trail …

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The “Curtains”

The most accessible ice climbing formation (and the one that is utilized during Ice Fest) is called “The Curtains”. It is located off Sand Point Road. Other popular ice climbing formations are Munising Falls and various formations off the Lakeshore Trail.

Eben Ice Caves

The ice caves from each winter as water seeps through the walls of the Rock River Gorge. Although not “true” caves, they are made up of veritcal walls of ice formed by the seeping water, making this a great place to explore. They are difference each year and fund for the entire family. The Eben …

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Trout Bay

Known as an ice climbers paradise! The western shore of the bay develops into high sheets of ice ranging in height from 20 to 90 feet high. Skiing or snowmobiling to the island is a popular way to access the climbs.

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