Western U.P. Water Trail

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Western UP Water Trail
Paddlers explore the rugged coastline along the Western U.P. Water Trail

The Western U.P. Water Trail traverses 319 miles along the southern shore of Lake Superior. Beginning at the Michigan/Wisconsin border, the water trail passes around the Keweenaw Peninsula to the Baraga/Marquette County line. The water trail passes by some of Michigan’s most rugged but beautiful coast line. The water trail connects to the Keweenaw Water Trail, a separate designated paddling loop around and through the Keweenaw Peninsula. On its eastern edge, the water trail is just a short distance from the Hiawatha Water Trail that traverses around the City of Marquette and the famous Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

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Western U.P. Water Trail Assets
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Western U.P. Water Trail News
Tuesday, October 7, 2014