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How to Explore the Ghost Town of Freda

Posted on September 9th, 2020
In the never-ending quest for reduced screen-time, fresh air, and family fun, we hit the road on an early fall afternoon to explore one of the Keweenaw’s most beloved “ghost towns”: Freda, MI. While not a traditional ghost town (people still live in Freda), its really accessibl…
Passengers take a chair lift up Mount Bohemia during fall color season

Tips for the Perfect Fall Keweenaw Getaway

Posted on September 1st, 2020
Each autumn, for three or four short weeks, the Keweenaw’s landscape makes a dazzling transition from hues of lush greens to bursts of gold, yellow and fiery orange. Its almost as if the land channels the last of its energy into this captivating display of color to celebrate the end of summer and ush…

36 Hours in the Keweenaw: Summer Edition

Posted on July 14th, 2020
  In the quest to plan the perfect summer vacation, it’s easy to lose sight of the most important part: relaxing. This is precisely what makes a Keweenaw summer weekend getaway so special. Soaked in sunshine, washed in a clean Lake Superior breeze, this tiny peninsula at the top of the world of
Solo rider bikes on a trail

Guide to Keweenaw Solo Travel

Posted on July 1st, 2020
“There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” Jack Kerouac Solo travelers can set their own pace and be as ambitious or as laid-back as they want.  If they’re walking by a hole-in-the-wall diner and feel like stopping in for breakfast, they can be delic

How To Make The Most Of Your Hike in the Keweenaw Peninsula

Posted on June 30th, 2020
If you’ve never been hiking before you won’t find a better place to start than Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula. As much as going on a hike gives you a chance to get back to basics, there is more to it than simply showing up at a trail with a new pair of walking shoes. A happy and successful hike require…

Snowmobiling in the Keweenaw: Doing it Right

Posted on February 26th, 2020
  5 minute read On average the Keweenaw receives over 250 inches of snow annually. From meticulously maintained trails to adrenaline-packed experiences through the pines and along Lake Superior shoreline, there’s no shortage of sledding adventures. With over 230 miles of snowmobi…

36 Hours in the Keweenaw: Winter Edition

Posted on February 7th, 2020
9-minute read So you’re planning a visit to the Keweenaw Peninsula this winter. First of all, welcome to one of the most beautiful places in the world. There’s something undeniably special about exploring the largest peninsula in the largest lake on earth. Second, forget everything you think…
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