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Munising ATV adventures: Tips on where to go and how to prepare

For decades, Munising has been known as the “Snowmobiling Capital of the Midwest” because of its annual snowfall of more than 200 inches and a trail network that spans hundreds of miles. Anthony Autore, who grew up riding those paths and continues to seek adventure in nature today with his family, has a little-known secret:

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Camera full of Munising Memories? Share them!

Summer may be winding down, but Munising encourages you to relive your Upper Peninsula adventures this season by sharing your images on CrowdRiff. In Munising, there’s a little piece of everything for everyone. From shipwrecks to waterfalls to kayaking to lounging at the beach, it’s the perfect up-north vacation destination. Known for being home to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore,

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Spring Is For Waterfalls in Munising

Spring is a refreshing season. Nature’s thaw encourages a revitalized exploration with fresh itineraries. The landscapes emerge out of hibernation, and we follow suit to admire its renewed splendor. Of course, spring showers are the impetus for the verdant rejuvenation. The air begins to hold more moisture and escapes in the form of rain as

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U.P. snowmobiling: 3 top rides to experience near Pictured Rocks

There was a time, Dan Nadeau remembers, that visiting the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, which has attracted as many 1.3 million people to Munising in a single year, was a distant second driver of tourism in Alger County. Instead, the primary attraction was that the region served as the “Snowmobiling Capital of the Midwest,” where

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