50 Hikes in Michigan

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50 Hikes in Michigan

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Lifelong Michigan resident Jim DuFresne, the author of more than 20 travel and outdoor guidebooks, guides hikers on 50 hikes through the Lower Peninsula’s unequaled system of state parks and natural and wilderness areas in the third edition of 50 Hikes in Michigan. This is the first full-color guidebook to Michigan’s trails ever published and includes more than 100 photos and 60 highly detailed maps.



This completely revised and expanded edition of 50 Hikes in Michigan features walks ranging from 1.5 to 23 miles in length and is the first full-color guidebook, including more than 100 photos, to the hiking opportunities in the Great Lakes State. The 60 highly detailed maps were produced by MichiganTrailMaps.com 

Trail coverage include detailed write-ups, distance, level of difficulty, and hiking time; camping and fishing opportunities that are available; whether or not a hike is suitable for kids. Hikers will learn where to find the best trailside fishing, birding, and wildlife watching, as well as where to go to find fall color and undisturbed backcountry camping. Each hike description includes directions to trailhead, GPS coordinates and a description of natural and historic features that will be seen during an afternoon on the trail