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McLain Hiking/Ski Trail

Cross Country Ski McLain TrailHike McLain Trail

Trail Distance:

Trail Length: 4 miles (6 kilometers) with 2 loops 2 km and 4 km long.

Features:

Hiking

The trail loops travels along the shores of Bear Lake near an old fishing pier and along the Lake Superior shoreline.

Cross Country Ski

Snow shoeing is also a popular activity at this location. Trails are groomed.

McLain State Park

McLain State Park offers two miles of sand beach on Lake Superior. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of activities in the park: fishing, windsurfing, berry picking, beachcombing, sight-seeing and hunting. The sunsets at McLain State Park are spectacular and the view of the lighthouse is magnificent.

McLain State Park is situated in the heart of the Keweenaw Peninsula on beautiful Lake Superior and is centrally located between the cities of Calumet and Hancock. The park offers two miles of sand beach on Lake Superior. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of activities in the park: fishing, windsurfing, berry picking, beachcombing, rock hounding, sight-seeing and hunting. The sunsets at McLain State Park are spectacular and the view of the lighthouse is magnificent.

The park's location between Calumet and Hancock makes a fine base for visitors to visit attractions such as abandoned shafthouses, tram cars, "poor rock" piles and ghost towns. Visitors of the Keweenaw are invited to explore the newly created "Keweenaw National Historic Park," which has preserved relics from the days when "Copper was King!"

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Information courtesy of the Department of Natural Resources

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