Churning Rapids Recreational Trails

MI

Churning Rapids Recreational Trails

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Twenty miles of single and two-track trails pass through 700 easement acres at Churning Rapids. The trails are open to the public for non-motorized, year-round recreation with several groomed cross-country ski trails (striding only). Snowshoeing, mountain biking, trail running and hiking are also possible. The scenery is varied with vistas of Portage Lake, Ruby Marsh, mature forests and meadows. Several bridges cross streams and wetlands.

This is private property that is open to the public through an easement under the Keweenaw Land Trust. Please respect this private property by following trail signs.

The trails at Churning Rapids Trails can be accessed from Hwy M203 about 4 miles north of Hancock, or 4 miles south of McLain State Park, with parking available along Christensen Road. The Maki Trail may be accessed from the 90-degree bend near the end of High Point Road off M203 about 3 miles north of Hancock. The trails can also be accessed from the Maasto Hiihto trails in Hancock with signed trail heads near the Houghton County Arena (top of Birch Street) or near the Hancock City Garages on Tomasi Drive.

906-482-0820

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