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xc ski & fat bike

XC/Fatbike/Snowshoe Trail Map

30 km of winter trails are groomed in Copper Harbor for multi-use among cross country skiing, fatbiking and snowshoeing. This includes a 9 km loop thru Fort Wilkins State Park area, a 5km loop thru the Trails End Campground and antoher 16 km of End of the Road Trails leading to Horseshoe Harbor and the East Bluff. Paper maps are available at the Mariner North and Gas Lite General Store in Copper Harbor.

 

    Groomed Trails at the Lodge

    Keweenaw Mountain Lodge

    The Keweenaw Mountain Lodge has 10 km of groomed, classic cross-country-ski trails. These trails are conveniently located right outside the cabins and are a mix of wooded terrain and open spaces. With multiple loop options one can head out for a quick ski or combine the loops for a longer day. Recommended to bring your classic gear or can ask staff where xc skis can be rented. If looking to explore the fresh snow off of the groomed trails the lodge has Altia Hok Skis for rent. With a partial climbing skin integrated into the base, these ski climbs with ease and the ski’s short, wide design makes it incredibly maneuverable, ideal for thick woods and variable terrain. Learn more at: https://keweenawmountainlodge.com/activities/winter-activities/

    Snowshoe & Altai Ski Rentals

    Keweenaw Mountain Lodge

    The Keweenaw Mountain Lodge has a loop trail for guests to snowshoe on the Lodge property, which measures approximately 2 miles. The trail is conveniently located right outside the cabins and is a mix of wooded terrain and open spaces that skirt the golf course, and under the rocky outcrops on the back of the property. One can bring your own snowshoes, or rent a pair at the Lodge. In addition, Altai Hok skis are also for rent, which allow one to carve your own trail. A blend of snowshoes and cross country skis, these skis have skins that climb with ease and will glide down hills as you explore the backcountry. Their short, wide design makes them incredibly maneuverable, ideal for exploring un-groomed terrain.
    Learn more here or call
    906-289-4652.

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