This ride gives you a wilderness feel, yet it is close to civilization. Following a ridge through dense trees, the Ocqueoc Falls Pathway dips down to the Ocqueoc River. After crossing the river, the trail passes through pockets of old-growth trees.
The last half of the ride follows the Ocqueoc River, with several inviting overlooks offering peaceful picnic areas. The ride ends with views of the Ocqueoc Falls, the largest waterfall in the Lower Peninsula. Hazards include sand and cars at the end of the ride when the trail dumps out onto Ocqueoc Falls Road. There are also many intersecting doubletracks and adventurous singletracks to explore. Tread: 6.3 miles of doubletrack, 0.3 mile of singletrack.
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