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Mount Pisgah

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Mount Pisgah

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195508Anonymous wrote a review Sep 2020
139 contributions17 helpful votes
This is a lovely hike up some steps to a great view of Lake Michigan. Additionally there are hiking trails in a nature preserve where the steps/view are located. It does not take long but was very pleasant. Additionally the Holland State Park is nearby.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Hugh wrote a review Sep 2020
United States23 contributions1 helpful vote
It takes effort to walk the steps to the top, overlooking the channel and Big Red lighthouse at the harbor in Holland. The walk through the woods is also beautiful.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Matt S wrote a review Sep 2020
Brighton, Michigan1,877 contributions361 helpful votes
Mt. Pisgah was a great little walk/climb/view in the Holland State Park area. Parking here can certainly be a challenge, as there isn't much to go around (it's a much easier access if you're camping at the adjacent Holland State Park). We parked a bit down the road at a lakeside public parking area, and walked about the 1/4 mile back down the road (on sidewalks) to the park entrance. The park entrance is a bit hidden, but there is an "interpretative" station by the sidewalk. From there, it's a relatively short walk through the woods on a paved path (at some point, bicycles are no longer allowed). From there, wooden steps take you up to the top of the hill area. While there are a lot of stairs to climb, there are lots of benches and landing areas to stop and rest and/or view during the climb. The payoff is at the top, where there are views of both Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa. There are more benches at the top, allowing for some good viewing. There was also an elevated walkway that went deeper into the woods; we did not walk too far down it, but the explorer part of myself was curious as to where that led....I'm guessing to some point in the State Park. All in all, this is a great physical activity, combined with some great views of the area.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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5thgirl wrote a review Aug 2020
Chicago, IL101 contributions19 helpful votes
We stopped here after a beach day, as it's walking distance from the beach. Entrance is interestingly placed on a somewhat busy street but once you are through and start the stair climb, it is very quiet and serene. It started raining a bit when we went, so it wasn't crowded at all. Look down at the steps every so often as they are numbered. Views were fantastic, nice breeze at the top and plenty of platforms and benches to take a breather if you need to.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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SharonB231 wrote a review Aug 2020
Toledo, Ohio928 contributions217 helpful votes
There are 230 steps to the top. We saw a few deer on our climb. Great views of Big Red, the lake and dunes from here. The walkway is well maintained with railings and some spots to sit snd rest. Worth the climb!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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