Lake Mary Plains Pathway

Crystal Falls, Michigan

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Cyclists should expect to share this brushy, secluded trail with porcupines and white-tailed deer. Rolling through a forest fire recovery area, the trail frequently gives riders a choice between hilly and flat sections. The route described here always follows the hillier option, but both options merge later in the trail. The middle segment passes by secluded inland lakes and rolls along hills overlooking the Lake Mary plains. The end of the ride rambles over a long boardwalk next to Lake Glidden and an interpretive trail, marking maple, oak, and tamarack trees. Tread: 7.45 miles of singletrack, 0.25 mile of dirt road.
Mountain Biking Michigan

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Mountain Biking Michigan

by Erin Fanning and Keith Radwanski (Falcon Guides)

Cyclists should expect to share this brushy, secluded trail with porcupines and white-tailed deer. Rolling through a forest fire recovery area, the trail frequently gives riders a choice between hilly and flat sections. The route described here always follows the hillier option, but both options merge later in the trail.

The middle segment passes by secluded inland lakes and rolls along hills overlooking the Lake Mary plains. The end of the ride rambles over a long boardwalk next to Lake Glidden and an interpretive trail, marking maple, oak, and tamarack trees. Tread: 7.45 miles of singletrack, 0.25 mile of dirt road.

©  Erin Fanning and Keith Radwanski/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Crystal Falls
Distance: 7.7
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 1 - 2 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Local Contacts: Copper Country State Forest, Crystal Falls Unit
Local Maps: USGS Lake Mary
Driving Directions: Directions to Lake Mary Plains Pathway

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