Fat Tire Biking & Cross Country Skiing

Fat Tire Biking  and Cross Country Skiing

Mount Bohemia Cross-Country Trails

In addition to having the largest back-country glade and the only triple black runs in the Midwest, Mount Bohemia now has 12km of cross country skiing to enjoy.

Hostel, cabins, yurt cabins and winter camping on site. Bar and restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Ski guide service available. Summer lodging also available. Open December through March. View full listing.

Swedetown Trails

Swedetown offers something for everyone: the gentle 5k Green Trail; the 8k Bearchase Trail is gentle with a long uphill return; the 5k Backcountry Trail is less frequently groomed for classic only; the 2.5k Blue Trail with short, steeper hills and the challenging 8k Red trail with lots of fast turns and exciting descents. The 30k of trails are groomed daily for skating and classic skiing. New this year are snowbike trails.  Daily or season pass required. Operated and maintained by Calumet Township and the Copper Island Cross Country Ski Club. Chalet with a snack bar open daily. 5k of loops lighted until 9 pm for night skiing. 10k snowshoe trail. Groomed sledding hill. Ski rental, lodging, dining, shops, and services available nearby. Open year round. To reach the trailhead, take the Swedetown Road off US-41 in Calumet to the Swedetown chalet/parking lot. View full listing.

Michigan Tech Nordic Training Center

Ski the trails that hosted the 2007 & 2008 U.S. Cross Country Championships. Long downhills, gathering speed and sharp turns at the bottom are distinctive of the 34km of trails you will find here.

Trailheads at Sharon Avenue and the Nara Nature Preserve – both with warming shelters and waxing facilities; lighted trails. Trails are groomed regularly as necessary for both skating and traditional skiing. There are also 12k of recreation trails for walking, snowshoeing, skiing and pets and 24 km of ungroomed showshoe trails. Daily and/or season passes required for non-students. Ski rental available at the Student Development Complex. Some trails open to hiking/biking in summer. Ski rental, lodging, dining, shops and services nearby. Open year round. South of Houghton off US-41, trail head is off MacInnes Drive near the SDC. (906) 487-2578

Chassell Classic Trails

Chassell Classic Trails are a private trail system maintained by volunteers from the Chassell Recreation Club who groom the trails for the traditional skier. Your donations are needed to keep it maintained and can be placed in the donation pipe at the Heritage Center. The 5k Lower Trail and the 5k Paradise Loop are both easy to intermediate. A warming hut is located at the ice rink next to the Heritage Center. Some sections open to non-motorized use in summer. Lodging, dining, shops and services nearby. Parking is available 1 block west of US-41 in Chassell on Hancock Street at the Chassell Heritage Center and on Archambeau Road.

Copper Harbor Pathway

Enjoy the romance and wilderness experience of the Northwoods when skiing Copper Harbor’s Pathway. The 9km of classical skiing trails are groomed as necessary.

Copper Harbor Pathway also offers 15km+ of snowshoe trails. Areas of the trails open to vehicles, hikers and bikers in summer. Lodging, dining, shops and services nearby.Open year round.

Trailhead/parking/restrooms available at the Copper Harbor Welcome Center on US-41.

Eagle Harbor Ski Trail

The Eagle Harbor Ski Trail begins at the west end of Pine Street just outside of Eagle Harbor. The classic wilderness single track trails are groomed by volunteers as needed, usually on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. A donation box is located at the trailhead. The main loop runs around Long Lake with many shortcuts and additional loops that can take you as far as Great Sand Bay.

Maasto Hiihto & Churning Rapids

The Maasto Hiihto Trails and Churning Rapids Snowbike trail in Hancock offer groomed trails for classic skiing, snowshoeing, and snow biking.   These two systems contain about 25k of groomed trails. The chalet is open during the day, providing a community room, restrooms, and waxing bench; at the trailhead you’ll find the donation pipe, information kiosk, and free map/membership fliers.  View full listing. http://keweenawnordic.org 

Twin Lakes State Park Trails

While skiing the wooded trails at Twin Lakes you can enjoy a view of Lake Superior at the scenic overlook sight. All trails are maintained on a volunteer effort as needed for traditional skiing. Trails include the 3.5k Superior Loop of gently rolling terrain and the 1k Sand Pit Loop with a  steeper grade, and the ungroomed 1.8k Wyandotte Falls loop and the 2.8k Ravine Loop with rolling terrain and steep hill & curve. A Michigan Recreation Passport required for entrance. Located at 6204 E. Poyhonen Road, Twin Lakes/Toivola, MI 49965. (906) 288-3321

McLain State Park Trails

Beautiful ice formations along the shores of Lake Superior attract skiers to McLain State Park. Spectacular Lakeview scenery is the specialty of this trail. Terrain varies from flat open expanses to woods and hills. No true track is set, but the trail is smoothed as needed. The 2k East Loop is easy to intermediate and the 4k West Loop is easy. Snowbikes, snowshoes, and cross country skiing are all welcome.  A Michigan Recreation Passport required for entrance. Located at 18350 State Highway M-203 (7 miles west of Hancock) or call 906-482-0278.

Nara Nature Park

Nara Nature Park – Minutes from Houghton, between Houghton & Chassell on the north side of US-41. Over 50 miles of exquisite trails. World-class skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, running, biking, birding, boating! Chalet, fireplace, showers. (906) 482-1700


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Copper Harbor, MI 49918 US

Phone: (906) 289-4105
Region: Copper Harbor

This primarily easy rated trail system is composed of several main loops which are just over 9 km in total distance. The terrain is relatively flat and offers a variety of landscapes including woo ...
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6532 Lac La Belle Road
Lac La Belle, MI 49950 US

Phone: (906) 289-4105
(906) 360-7240
E-Mail Address: bohemia@mtbohemia.com
Region: Lac La Belle / Bete Grise

The Midwest's premier ski resort totally dependent on Mother Nature!
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56641 Osceola Rd
Calumet, MI 49913 US

Phone: (906) 337-1170
Region: Calumet

Swedetown Recreation Area is 1900 acres of rolling, primarily wooded land set aside for public use by Calumet Township. It offers outstanding year-round trails for all ages and abilities. Swedetown Ch
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E Sharon Avenue
Houghton, MI 49931 US

Region: Houghton

The Michigan Tech trail system accommodates all levels of skiers, bikers, and hikers—from beginner to advanced.
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US Hwy 41 S
Houghton, MI 49931 US

Phone: (906) 482-1700
Region: Houghton

The park is located two miles east of the Michigan Tech University campus on the east end of the Houghtons Waterfront Trail. There is a variety of activities for every season to do at the Nara Nat ...
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Pine St
Eagle Harbor, MI 49950 US

Phone: (906) 289-4407
E-Mail Address: office@eagleharbortwp.org
Region: Eagle Harbor

The Eagle Harbor Township Conservation and Recreation Area includes Eliza Lake Preserve, Long Lake Refuge, and George Hite Dunes and Marshes. These 10 miles of trails are groomed in the winter for ...
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Chassell, MI 49916 US

Region: Chassell

The Chassell Classic Ski Trail is nearly 10km and is groomed every day!
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Off of Birch Street
Hancock, MI 49930 US

Phone: (906) 482-0820
E-Mail Address: arlyn.aronson@gmail.com
Region: Hancock

Maasto Hiihto and Churning Rapids in Hancock offer groomed trails for classic skiing, snowshoeing, and snow biking. Trail users may purchase a daily pass for $5 or an annual membership for $60 per ...
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