Upper Peninsula: 15. Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

Storm, Roger E.; Wedzel, Susan M.
January 1997
Hiking Michigan;1997, p57
Book Chapter
Chapter 15 of the book "Hiking Michigan" is presented. It offers information on Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in Upper Peninsula, Michigan. Across the park's vast, rugged terrain are over 90 miles of trails that open up the park's remote interior of secluded lakes, streams, rivers and waterfalls. Park trails include the Summit Peak Tower Trail, Lake of the Clouds and East and West River Trails.


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