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The trail to Copper Harbor

Hancock, MI
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No better fall color in the world.

Starting at Calumet there are two paved ways to get to Copper Harbor by car, lots more gravel roads... read more

Reviewed September 18, 2016
Bruce K
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Hibbing, United States
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Wow....awesome

You must take this drive! What views along the way. Take in Eagle River, Eagle Harbor and don't... read more

Reviewed August 31, 2016
Krr1975
,
Smoky Mountain, Tennessee
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Reviewed September 18, 2016 via mobile

Starting at Calumet there are two paved ways to get to Copper Harbor by car, lots more gravel roads and trails if you have a truck or SUV. The first is to turn off US 41 at Ahmeek and take the county road that leaves...More

Thank Bruce K
Reviewed August 31, 2016

You must take this drive! What views along the way. Take in Eagle River, Eagle Harbor and don't miss Brockway Mountain Drive!

Thank Krr1975
Reviewed July 25, 2016

A visit to Fort Wilkins State Park is a must for the history buff. On the park grounds is the reconstructed fort with knowledgeable actors in period costume. Copper Harbor and area lighthouses are wonderful places to visit.

Thank Michael S
Reviewed March 15, 2016

I'm presuming that the trail here is the highway from the Houghton-Hancock area up to Copper Harbor. Having lived in Houghton for almost two decades now, I've driven up to Copper Harbor many, many times, and it never gets old. It's a beautiful area. I...More

Thank snyderkr1
Reviewed March 2, 2016

Even in the cold (live in ND so used to it) it was such an amazing site to see. Cant wait to go back

Thank Breanna H
Reviewed January 20, 2016

wow !! what great groomed trails so easy to get to and the beauty is fantastic ,many many places to stop on the way around the loop.

Thank Gina R
Reviewed July 10, 2015

Loved the views of the lake, the coves and little parks, the pebbly beach in Eagle River, the waterfalls. Stop by the Jam Pot and get some monk-cooked breads and cupcakes. A very popular spot! Most importantly, take the Brockway Mountain Drive for a breathtaking...More

Thank Debbie6242013
Reviewed March 11, 2015

This is a chance to be in gods country! The trails are usually pretty good although we had some miles of extremely bad moguls this year fortunately it didn't last long and for the amount of snow that was there at the time it was...More

Thank Jeff M
Reviewed October 8, 2014

Always loved the drive from Calumet to Copper Harbor. Plenty of places to stop and explore, waterfall, museums, Jampot (LOVE), etc.

1  Thank Nancy B
Reviewed August 27, 2014

We drove up twice during our trip. The first time is was foggy, and you really couldnt see anything. However, the second time the skies were clear, and it was beautiful. Make sure to take the road to Brockway Mountain, because they are the best...More

Thank lso275
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