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Michigan's Upper Peninsula

The Upper Peninsula

Michigan's Upper Peninsula looks forward to snow (200 inches annually). 
There are thousands of miles of groomed snowmobile trails, dozens of ski resorts and hundreds of miles of cross-country and snowshoe trails. Hike to frozen waterfalls. Play pond hockey and go ice skating.
If you like extreme challenges try ice climbing, ice sailing and snow biking. Learn to race dogs from a musher. Curl up by a fire reading a book, UP chefs will have comfort foods and hot pasties waiting for you.
Michigan's Upper Peninsula | Heart Rate | Pure Michigan
They say the perfect resting heartbeat is 60 beats per minute – we couldn’t agree more, most of the time.
Drink our Craft
You'll taste some of the best award-winning craft beers and wines in the U.P. where we're home to our own fast-growing collection of skilled, and boldly adventurous brew and wine masters.
Al Wine Castle
Museums & Historic Sites
More than a hundred museums, historic sites and homes throughout the U.P. tell our centuries of fascinating stories and give inspiration for the future. 
Lakes and Beaches
Lake effect is our unquenchable year-around passion for water and we have millions of gallons to share with you. Fresh. Unsalted. Our lakes and beaches are stunningly beautiful all four seasons. 
Photo Credit Jeff Wolf
Outdoor Recreation
Lace up your walking shoes or hiking boots. There is no better way to immerse yourself in the wonders of the U.P. outdoors than on foot.
Star Gazing & Northern Lights
Almost the entire 51,000 square miles of the Upper Peninsula offers front row seats to some of the most stellar shows on earth. Which is why the night sky is one of our biggest tourist attractions. 
Northern Lights: kgcphoto
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