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Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

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Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

Michigan Trails Magazine, 2013 and web site were mentioned in a Newsletter received from a local Nature Center today:

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Michigan Trails Magazine and this website are dedicated to providing you with the most accurate maps and information available on Michigan’s growing nextwork of non-motorized, multi-use trails.

http://www.trailsmichigan.com

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Hard copy of the magazine retails at $5.95, although you can pick it up for $3 at Chippewa Nature Center in Midland:

http://www.chippewanaturecenter.org

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1. Re: Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

Just received one this week while visiting Reed City on a bike trip.

This is a fine magazine for biking in Michigan.

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2. Re: Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

Hey....where's the U.P.?

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3. Re: Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

it's all sled trails up dare......

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4. Re: Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

Where is the best place to rent a bike to ride the Sleeping Bear Trail? We will be staying in Traverse City.

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5. Re: Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

How could we forget the UP, although it's Road Biking, as far as I can see:

www.trails.com/activity.aspx?area=10973

michigantrails.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2…

http://www.michigan.org/news/biking/

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6. Re: Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

Ya but those sled trails, become awesome mountain biking and trail running routes in the non-snow season...that one weekend in August :-)

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7. Re: Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

as long as the skeeters ain't out!

8. Re: Michigan Trails: Guide to Non-Motorized, Multi-Use Trails

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