Marble Head

Drummond Island, Michigan

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Marble Head is a low headland 100 feet above Lake Huron. While the elevation may not be impressive, the location is. Sweeping views stretch 40 miles and more, taking in much of Lake Huron’s North Channel while Canada’s Cockburn Island looms large to the southeast. A series of highlands rise on the Canadian mainland, the north shore of the North Channel.
Hiking Michigan's Upper Peninsula

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Hiking Michigan's Upper Peninsula

by Eric Hansen, revised by Rebecca Pelky (Falcon Guides)

Marble Head is a low headland 100 feet above Lake Huron. While the elevation may not be impressive, the location is. Sweeping views stretch 40 miles and more, taking in much of Lake Huron’s North Channel while Canada’s Cockburn Island looms large to the southeast. A series of highlands rise on the Canadian mainland, the north shore of the North Channel.

© 2016 Eric Hansen, revised by Rebecca Pelky/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Drummond Island
Distance: 8.6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Difficult
Season: Best May through October
Local Contacts: Michigan DNR, (906) 635-5281, www.michigan.gov/dnr
Local Maps: USGS Marble Head, Drummond SE
Driving Directions: Directions to Marble Head

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