Northern Lower Michigan is a true trails destination with over 5,300 miles of trails! Whether you are a hiker, bicyclist, skier, horseback rider, ORVer, or snowmobiler, thousands of miles of trails await discovery Up North. Our vast network of trails is just a click away. Discover trails that suit your needs, read about the trail systems, view photos, and click on trail segments to find out even more. Don’t forget to light up Points of Interest and Nearby Trails to discover amazing things to see and do around your chosen trail! Find out more at UpNorthTrails.org!
The Up North Trails Collaborative is a coalition of 53 organizations in Northern Michigan with the goal of promoting all trail systems together for all trail users. The coalition is led by the Top of Michigan Trails Council, Northeast Michigan Council of Governments, Networks Northwest, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Land Information Access Association, Traverse Area Recreation and Transportation Trails (TART), the Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy, and Cheboygan County. A full list of partners is available on the website.
The collaborative is grateful to the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), Rotary Charities, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture for their generous financial support of this project.