POPULAR HIKING
TRAILS IN MICHIGAN
By Frank Brettschneider
Introduction
 Based in Michigan, Dr. Frank Brettschneider is a
board-certified otolaryngologist and oro-facial
plastic su...
Hiking Trails in Michigan
 Located in Michigamme, the McCormick Wilderness
trail is one of the more remote trails that yo...
Conclusion
 * North Country Trail
This trail stretches 875 miles across the state
and is part of a larger trail connectin...
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Popular Hiking Trails in Michigan

Based in Michigan, Dr. Frank Brettschneider is a board-certified otolaryngologist and oro-facial plastic surgeon who currently practices at Port Huron ENT. Outside of work, Dr. Frank Brettschneider maintains his fitness through a number of activities, including hiking.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Popular Hiking Trails in Michigan

  • 1. POPULAR HIKING TRAILS IN MICHIGAN By Frank Brettschneider
  • 2. Introduction  Based in Michigan, Dr. Frank Brettschneider is a board-certified otolaryngologist and oro-facial plastic surgeon who currently practices at Port Huron ENT. Outside of work, Dr. Frank Brettschneider maintains his fitness through a number of activities, including hiking. For those looking for a short excursion, the State of Michigan offers a wide variety of popular scenic day hiking routes. The following are among the most popular: * McCormick Wilderness Trail
  • 3. Hiking Trails in Michigan  Located in Michigamme, the McCormick Wilderness trail is one of the more remote trails that you can visit. The three-mile-long trail leads you through untouched forest to White Deer Lake, which features a number of tall rock formations and connects to nearby Bulldog Lake. * Waterloo-Pinckney Recreation Hiking Trail Located one hour west of Detroit, this trail connects the Waterloo and Pinckney recreation areas. On the 36 miles of trail, you can experience a variety of land and water habitats, including lakes, marshlands, and forests. The trail is also home to a wide array of bird species and offers unique bird-watching opportunities.
  • 4. Conclusion  * North Country Trail This trail stretches 875 miles across the state and is part of a larger trail connecting New York and North Dakota. The Michigan section of the North Country Trail abuts the Porcupine Mountains State Park and features 11 miles of scenic routes. From the trail, you can experience scenic views of Lake Superior and nearly a dozen waterfalls.

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