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Sault Ste. Marie, often called The Soo, celebrates its status as Michigan’s oldest city with historic attractions, river excursions and the maritime engineering marvel of the Soo Locks.
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Just north of the Straits of Mackinac sits Michigan’s lush Upper Peninsula, a woods-and-water wilderness that sprawls over more than 16,350 square miles. Check out our ideas for exploring the Eastern...
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Blazing trees and Lake Superior lore color the quiet of the Keweenaw Peninsula.
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The three largest Great Lakes (Huron, Michigan and Superior) lap against the shores of the upper arm of Michigan, where beauty and bounty feel timeless.
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Dozens of waterfalls dot Michigan's Upper Peninsula, offering scenic rewards for hikers and walkers – especially in autumn.
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Revel in nature, set off on an active adventure and explore maritime heritage in the land north of Michigan's Mackinac Bridge—the UP. Popular destinations include Pictured Rocks National...
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The UP has four-seasons of getaways for those seeking adventure or peace.
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Thousands of ships, pulled under by the Great Lakes and eerily preserved in their icy waters, give visitors a glimpse into a treacherous past.
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See some of the largest seagoing vessels at the northeastern edge of the UP.