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Michigan Walking Clubs

Considerable effort has been made to ensure that the information for Michigan walking clubs is up-to-date, accurate and complete. To correct errors or add new or omitted walking clubs to the Michigan walking clubs directory, please submit the additions or corrections via the contact form.




Washtenaw Wanderers Volkssporting Club

1342 Ardmoor Ave
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Stefan Szumko
(734) 649-5024
washtenaw-wanderers.blogspot.com
a2ava@sbcglobal.net




Historic Pathwalkers

211 Cambridge Ave
Holland, MI 49423
Jean Woltjer
(616) 392-2844
ava.org/clubs/pathwalkers/
jean.woltjer@att.net




Kalamazoo Valley Walkers

2221 Amherst Ave
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
David Nesius
(269) 345-3073
kvwalkers.org
daven210@yahoo.com




Mackinaw Walkers Volkssport Club

1706 Pine
Belleville, IL 62226
Jim Muma
(618) 234-8706
jimmuma@charter.net




Great Lakes Amblers

108 W Columbia St
Mason, MI 48854
Chelane Priller
(517) 676-7067
greatlakesamblers.org
chelanep@sbcglobal.net




MOVES

3 Market St
Middleville, MI 49333
Cal and Jean Lamoreaux
(616) 293-8666
cal-jean@charter.net




Michigan Pathfinders

6330 Woods Edge N Dr #2-B
Indianapolis, IN 46250
Don Vartanian
(317) 842-1072
donvart@yahoo.com




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Hiking Michigan

Kindle Edition - Hiking Michigan

Hiking Michigan is a complete guide to 146 of the most scenic day hikes in the state. From Upper to Lower Peninsula and all trails in between, you'll experience the spectacular beauty of the Great Lake State. This book brings to life the history, terrain, flora, and fauna of each area. And its descriptions of nearby recreational and sightseeing destinations ensure you won't miss anything on your trip. In this one-of-a-kind resource you'll find these features: * Detailed descriptions of every hike in every region, including special points of interest, estimated hiking time and distance, and difficulty ratings for each trail. * Phone numbers and Web sites, park hours and rules, and available facilities for 77 of the state's most scenic parks and natural areas. * Easy-to-read maps for every park and trail to help you navigate your hike and locate landmarks and other points of interest. * A convenient trail finder that provides a summary of each trail's features and available facilities.

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50 Hikes in Michigan

Lifelong Michigan resident Jim DuFresne, the author of numerous books on Michigan and the outdoors, guides bikers through Michigan's unequaled system of state parks and natural and wilderness areas, where the scenery and trails are as varied as anywhere in the country. From sand dunes without even a blade of grass, to the towering monarchs of Hartwick Pines' virgin forests, from miles of beach that turn gold with every Lake Michigan sunset to one of the eleven thousand inland lakes where on a still evening bass rise to the surface like trout - all these wonders of the Midwest can be reached by hiking foot trails. The hikes in this completely revised and expanded second edition range from 1.5 to 35 miles in length. Hikers will learn where to find the best trailside fishing, birding, and wildlife watching, as well as where to go to find fall color and undisturbed backcountry camping. Each hike description includes directions to the trailhead; a detailed map; trail distance, difficulty, and hiking time; explicit trail directions, and a description of natural and historic features along the way.

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Hiking Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Hiking Michigan's Upper Peninsula features fifty of the finest trails Michigan's Upper Peninsula has to offer-from day hikes to overnight adventures. This comprehensive guide will provide all the information you need to get the most out of hiking this breathtaking area. Look inside to find: * Hikes suited to every ability. * Accurate directions to the trailhead. * Comprehensive trail descriptions. * GPS-compatible maps. * Difficulty ratings, trail contacts, fees/permits, best hiking seasons, camping information, and much more.

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Hiking Michigan

Sample more than fifty of the finest trails in Michigan. From the wilderness areas of the Upper Peninsula - including Isle Royale National Park, the Porcupine Mountains, and Sylvania Recreation Area - to the High Country Pathway through Pigeon River State Forest in the Lower Peninsula, Michigan offers a full spectrum of hiking adventures. Wander the beaches of four of the five Great Lakes, traverse the rugged high ridges along the Greenstone Trail, or explore the vast forests of Sleeper State Park. Veteran hiker and outdoor writer Mike Modrzynski introduces you to all this and more. Inside you'll find: up-to-date trail information; accurate directions to popular as well as less-traveled trails; difficulty ratings for each hike; and detailed trail maps. Whether you're a day-tripper or long-distance hiker, old hand or novice, you'll find trails suited to every ability and interest throughout Michigan.

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Best Hikes With Children - Michigan

The opportunities in Michigan for short hikes, fun walks, and easy backpacking adventures are almost unlimited. The 80 outings compiled in this book represent a variety of trails and a wide range of physical challenges for children, from easy strolls through the woods to steep climbs up sand dunes. Learn about wildlife and history, too. On the Cherry Island Marsh Trail, for example, have fun spotting a variety of birds, including great blue herons, egrets, bald eagles, ospreys, and migrating hawks. Most of the hikes outlined in this book cover the best scenery Michigan, a state blessed with a treasure of natural jewels, has to offer. * Offers suggestions for other activities along the trails. * Many trails begin or end near a campground. * Provides trip length, difficulty level, and recommended season for each hike.

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Hiking and Biking the Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor

This book is an excellent resource for anyone who is interested in the Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor and its associated parks and forest preserves. It begins with a history of the Canal and progesses into detailed information about the trail. Starting with Starved Rock State Park, it showcases various sites along the Corridor, giving a map of each site, directions on how to get there, and trail descriptions.

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Gentle Hikes of Upper Michigan

Gentle Hikes of Upper Michigan shows you where to go for the best northern Michigan hikes under three miles. With this book, you have the details at your fingertips - useful for everyone, but indispensable for those with small children, seniors or families with a range of physical abilities. From Ironwood to Sault St. Marie, these great hikes are inviting to everyone.

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50 Hikes in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

50 Hikes in Michigan's Upper Peninsula features day-long and overnight trips for hikers and walkers of all abilities, from seasoned backpackers to casual day hikers looking to stretch their legs. Outdoorsman Tom Funke is your guide to hiking to the precipice of dramatic cliffs, gentle walks to breathtaking waterfalls and overlooks, and fascinating geological formations that reveal millions of years of natural history. Each hike features a detailed topographic map, directions to the trailhead, hike difficulty and elevation, and fascinating commentary about the natural and human history you'll encounter along the way.

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Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park
A Backcountry Guide for Hikers, Backpackers, Campers and Winter Visitors

The 60,000-acre Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in Michigan's Upper Peninsula features entire rivers, 25 miles of undeveloped Lake Superior shoreline, dozens of waterfalls, wildlife from bald eagles to black bears and the most extensive virgin forest between the Adirondacks and the Rocky Mountains. In the only guidebook devoted to its trail system, Jim DuFresne provides backpackers, hikers, campers, cross country skiers and snowshoers with all the information they need to plan a perfect trip. Hikes can range from a stroll to nearby waterfalls to a six-day trek that covers 40 miles. Trail descriptions include mileage, where to camp at night, difficulty and highlights along the way and correspond to more than 20 detailed maps. Also included in this guide are chapters that cover history, the park's fauna and flora, fishing opportunities and visiting the park in winter.

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Walking sticks are helpful for maintaining balance, maneuvering,
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