The splendors of spring bring the roar of rushing water to our numerous waterfalls. Hike throughout the wilderness of Canyon Falls which is sometimes known as “The Grand Canyon of the U.P.,” or venture to Point Abbey for a spectacular view of the Huron Mountains. In the sizzle of summer enjoy the deep blue waters of Keweenaw Bay or one of our 1,080 inland lakes, ponds, and reservoirs. Make your way to the summits of Little Mountain and Silver Mountain in autumn for a panoramic view of the landscape in a blaze of oranges, reds and yellows or stand on top of Mount Arvon and declare you’ve been to Michigan’s highest point! Snowmobile to the six story “Shrine of the Snowshoe Priest” while enjoying our 156 miles of groomed trails.