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Nathan (aka Nathan Invincible)
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Nathan (aka Nathan Invincible)

Nathan (aka Nathan Invincible) is an adventuring conservationist that photographs everything. He’s spent the last 15 years exploring the Western U.P., crisscrossing the region “working” for the likes of the Copper Harbor Trails Club, Finlandia University, and other organizations to improve recreational opportunities for everyone. His favorite season is when you can breathe without inhaling a dozen mosquitoes.

Snowshoe Guide for McLain State Park

McLain State Park is one of our favorite places to visit no matter the season. Most people visit during the summertime when the beach is warm and the campground bustling. During the winter this popular sightseeing spot goes into hibernation, burying itself in snow and ice. The fun doesn’t stop just…

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TOP 5 FROZEN WATERFALLS IN THE KEWEENAW

The Copper Country’s unique geology makes it a hot spot for waterfalls of all shapes and sizes. No two are alike, especially so in winter! Many of our favorite waterfalls make excellent places to go on an adventure to in the winter, so strap on (or lace up!) your snowshoes and take advantage of the…

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WINTER EXPEDITION: HORSESHOE HARBOR

Horseshoe Harbor is one of those places you’d think would be totally inaccessible in winter. A remote, rocky beach east of Copper Harbor, this is a summer-time destination for travelers looking for a tranquil spot to take in Lake Superior during adventures in the Keweenaw Peninsula. But if you’re…

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Our Top 5 Calumet Snowshoe Destinations

Calumet is the heart of snow country here in the Keweenaw. With yearly snowfall often exceeding 300” of total accumulation, it’s easy to see why we love getting out for a snowshoe hike! There are a ton of excellent options in and around Calumet to explore by snowshoe this winter. We’ve put together…

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Bucket List Fall Hikes in the Keweenaw

There’s no better time to go for a hike in the Keweenaw than autumn. Not only do our endless forests put on a show that’s among the best in the Midwest, the bug season has passed and wearing flannel every day is finally acceptable again. Let’s just say that fall in the Keweenaw rules. Where’s the…

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