Walking Paths & Protected Areas of the Keweenaw


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A Full-Color Guidebook to the Trails of the Keweenaw Peninsula

Walking Paths & Protected Areas of the Keweenaw focuses on publicly accessible nature and wildlife sanctuaries, preserves, and parks located in Houghton and Keweenaw Counties on Michigan’s remote and beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula. This 100-page, full-color guidebook is published by the Michigan Nature Association and covers 27 protected areas with trail descriptions and maps, background and history of the areas, and almost 100 photographs. QR codes allow you to access Geoheritage information from Michigan Tech University for each preserve.

These special places showcase the best of the Keweenaw Peninsula and provide the opportunity to encounter a variety of native habitats, interesting plant species, and unique geological features in this northernmost part of Michigan, as well as a glimpse of Michigan before European
settlement and the 19th-century copper boom.

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