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Hiking Michiganis your complete guide to 103 of the best day hikes in the state. No matter which region you wish to explore or how easy or hard of a trek you want, this handy book will lead you to the right trail and ensure that you don't miss anything on your journey. Featuring trails in the upper peninsula and northern and southern sections of the lower peninsula, the book offers you a guided tour of trails in such scenic areas as Mackinac Island State Park, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, and Nordhouse Dunes Wilderness. Hiking Michiganincludes the following special features: - Detailed descriptions of 103 trails, including length of trail, estimated time to hike it, and a difficulty rating - 151 easy-to-read park and trail maps - A trail map for each featured trail with points of interest labeled and distance from the trailhead given - Practical information on how to get to parks, park hours, available facilities, permits and rules, and a contact address and phone number - A convenient trail finder grid, which provides a summary of each trail's features and location in the book - A section on nearby points of interest, with contact phone numbers Written by hiking veterans Roger Storm and Susan Wedzel, the book also provides detailed descriptions of the history, topography, and plant and animal life of each hiking area. Plus, you'll find helpful information on nearby recreational and sightseeing destinations. Whether you live in Michigan or are just visiting, there's no better way to discover the natural beauty of the state than with Hiking Michigan.… (more)
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Hiking Michiganis your complete guide to 103 of the best day hikes in the state. No matter which region you wish to explore or how easy or hard of a trek you want, this handy book will lead you to the right trail and ensure that you don't miss anything on your journey. Featuring trails in the upper peninsula and northern and southern sections of the lower peninsula, the book offers you a guided tour of trails in such scenic areas as Mackinac Island State Park, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, and Nordhouse Dunes Wilderness. Hiking Michiganincludes the following special features: - Detailed descriptions of 103 trails, including length of trail, estimated time to hike it, and a difficulty rating - 151 easy-to-read park and trail maps - A trail map for each featured trail with points of interest labeled and distance from the trailhead given - Practical information on how to get to parks, park hours, available facilities, permits and rules, and a contact address and phone number - A convenient trail finder grid, which provides a summary of each trail's features and location in the book - A section on nearby points of interest, with contact phone numbers Written by hiking veterans Roger Storm and Susan Wedzel, the book also provides detailed descriptions of the history, topography, and plant and animal life of each hiking area. Plus, you'll find helpful information on nearby recreational and sightseeing destinations. Whether you live in Michigan or are just visiting, there's no better way to discover the natural beauty of the state than with Hiking Michigan.

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