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Hiking

  • The Bruno’s Run Trail offers a 9 mile (14.48 km) loop ideal for hiking and mountain biking in spring, summer and fall and snow shoeing in winter. Although the trail is not groomed in winter f...

  • ¼ mile trail describing General Andrew Jacksons march along the Old Federal Road from Mobile to New Orleans during the War of 1812 Located where General Jackson and his troops crossed Black Creek b...
  • 1 ½ mile trail winds through the middle of the Leaf Wilderness Area Built mostly on an elevated boardwalkFacilties: Parking area...
  • Log Jump Trail is an interior trail that runs down (southto- north) a gentle ridge along an old skid road through pine forest. There are numerous logs across this section of trail offering the chal...

  • Cole Creek Trail is a lightly-used trail for horses and hikers with more visitors in Spring and Fall. It is recommended for year-round use. Watch for diamond-shaped trail markers attached to trees....
  • The Longleaf Horse Trail system is approximately 17 miles south of Laurel, Mississippi. The trail consists of three loops totalling 26 miles in length. The Long Loop is crossed by many Forest Service ...
  • Long Bridge Trail begins on Pigeon Roost Road and runs to Noxubee Hill Road. The trail runs gradually downhill through open mature pine and hardwood forest to a creek bottom. This is a large creek and...
  • Log Jump Trail is an interior trail that runs down (southto- north) a gentle ridge along an old skid road through pine forest. There are numerous logs across this section of trail offering the challen...
  • Short interpretive trail describes various aspects of life in this bustling mining community, once the largest in Jackson County....
  • This picturesque hiking trail follows the edge of the Peshtigo River. The main feature is a view of Michigan Rapids. You'll also see where Armstrong Creek flows into the river. Beautiful rock formatio...
  • The North Country National Scenic Trail runs from New York to North Dakota and is approximately 3800 miles long, traversing the Upper Peninsula en-route. Most of the 20 mile Munising/AuTrain portion o...
  • Isle Royale National Park in Michigan is a true wilderness retreat in mighty Lake Superior. Isle Royale National Park is accessible only via a boat or a floatplane. There are well over160 miles of Nat...
  • Hiking the Bay de Noc-to-Grand Island Trail:

    The Bay de Noc-to-Grand Island Trail begins from a point 2 1/2 miles east of the town of Rapid River and one mile north of U...

  • This trail has its start in New York and ends in North Dakota. The segment on the east-side of the Hiawatha meanders 83 miles through the heart of both the St. Ignace and Sault St Marie Range Distr...