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A TASTE OF THE KEWEENAW: THIMBLEBERRIES

As summer reaches its midpoint, foragers and hikers exploring the Keweenaw Peninsula’s wilderness are sure to discover a unique, bright-red berry hidden along a quiet trail. Deliciously sweet with a hint of tartness, this berry is called a “thimbleberry” and is a favorite among local residents (both…

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Things to Do: Guided Tours of the Keweenaw

The Keweenaw Peninsula is a place full of rich history, vast wilderness, and endless shoreline to explore. While some incredible places are easy to find on your own, many are tucked away and hidden in lush forests or deep underground. With the help of a local guide, you can discover the magic of…

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Your Guide to Exploring Mohawk Area

Dominated by the Cliff Range, the community of Mohawk can be found in the far north of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. During the early 1900's, it was the site of the Mohawk Mining Company and is believed to be the only place where the rare mineral, Mohawkite, was ever found. While mining operations…

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Plan a Day Trip to the Twin Lakes Area

Most visitors to the Keweenaw know of McLain State Park or Fort Wilkins Historic State Park, both north of the Lift Bridge. However, there’s another great option right along M-26 that many people zoom right by: Twin Lakes State Park. Not only does the park itself have quite a bit to do, there are…

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Summer Live Music in the Keweenaw

The Keweenaw is a place that draws and inspires artists of every kind with her wild weather, deep and mysterious woods, joyful waters and the awe inspiring gravity of her history. The communities here celebrate their local musicians, and there’s no shortage of live music and festivals here in the…

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