Brockway Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary

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Brockway Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary

Address
Brockway Mountain Drive
Copper Harbor, MI 49950
United States
Regions: Copper Harbor
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Brockway Mountain is composed of Lake Shore Traps which are lava flows inter-twined with Copper Harbor Conglomerate. This .75 mile long trail will take you over that exposed lava and conglomerate ...
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Brockway Mountain is composed of Lake Shore Traps which are lava flows inter-twined with Copper Harbor Conglomerate.  This .75 mile long trail will take you over that exposed lava and conglomerate and give you a spectacular view.

To get there follow M-26 through Eagle Harbor several miles and turn right onto Brockway Mountain Drive.  Follow the Drive for 2.5 miles and watch for a large sign on the North side of the road.  The trail starts at the parking area on Brockway Mountain Drive.  A trail map and brochure may be found in a weatherproof box at the trailhead or you can pick one up in the Keweenaw Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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