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Porcupine Mountains Wilderness

Mark and Sam took a four day weekend and did a great – albeit rainy – loop within the confines of the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park located on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Our trip route was as follows: N. Mirror Lake Trail, Little Carp River Trail, Lake Superior Trail and Big Carp River Trail.

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The Porcupine Mountains State Park is Michigan’s largest area of undeveloped wilderness. The Park was established in 1945 and later designated as a Wilderness Area.

It is 92 square miles big, with virgin forest, scenic waterfalls, rugged Lake Superior shore line, remote rustic cabins, 87 miles of hiking trails, and virtually no roads. 1

  • Specifications

  • LocationPorcupine Mountains Wilderness, Michigan
  • DateOct. 4th - Oct. 7th, 2007
  • Mileage30 mi