1106 The Keweenaw Peninsula
Great Lakes Bay Region Keweenaw Convention & Visitor's Bureau
Episode: 1106 "THE KEWEENAW PENINSULA" Travel Planner
This rugged wilderness is the northernmost part of Michigan! Here is where the largest freshwater lake on earth creates a peninsula called the Keweenaw. We will hike to Montreal Falls, discover the history of Fort Wilkins and the Delaware Copper Mine and enjoy the breath taking beauty of the Great Sand Bay.  Plus we will bring you “Then and Now” giving you a glimpse of what the area was like 20 years ago.
We have collected information and web links related to the area and combined them here with photos we took and video clips from the show in what we hope will be a helpful guide as you plan your trip. Feel free to select only one or two activities per day according to your family’s interests. For assistance or for more information, call the Keweenaw Convention & Visitor's Bureau @ (888) 766-0325 Have fun!
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Photo Galleries:
July 2013
Visitor Center Fort Wilkins Gallery Delaware Copper Mine Gallery Montreal River Hike Gallery 1 Montreal River Hike Gallery 2 Great Sand Bay Gallery
» Visitor Center
(24 photos)
» Fort Wilkins
(23 photos)
» Delaware Copper Mine
(31 photos)
» Montreal River Hike 1
(45 photos)
» Montreal River Hike 2
(44 photos)
» Great Sand Bay
(31 photos)
Misc Gallery West Bluffs Scenic View Gallery Kayakers Gallery Quincy Mine & Hoist Gallery Bishop Baraga Shrine Gallery  
» Miscellaneous Pics
(48 photos)
» West Bluff Scenic View
(54 photos)
» Kayakers
(19 photos)
» Quincy Mine & Hoist
(14 photos)
» Bishop Baraga Shrine
(12 photos)

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