Rawley Point Trail

Two Rivers, Wisconsin

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There is nothing more foreboding than the rolling blue-gray waves of Lake Michigan on a winter day. Wear windproof pants and a wind-breaker and be glad you don’t live the life of the men who once sailed wooden ships on her waters. There isn’t much of a trail here. It’s pretty distinct when you start out; after the picnic area it’s best to go out to the dunes and find your own way north. The dunes are also a good spot for a photo of the lighthouse and crashing lake waves. among the dunes. There is no marked trail from here on. Surface quality: Ungroomed. Fees: yes.
Winter Trails: Wisconsin

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Winter Trails: Wisconsin

by Phil Van Valkenberg (The Globe Pequot Press)

There is nothing more foreboding than the rolling blue-gray waves of Lake Michigan on a winter day. Wear windproof pants and a wind-breaker and be glad you don’t live the life of the men who once sailed wooden ships on her waters.

There isn’t much of a trail here. It’s pretty distinct when you start out; after the picnic area it’s best to go out to the dunes and find your own way north. The dunes are also a good spot for a photo of the lighthouse and crashing lake waves. among the dunes. There is no marked trail from here on. Surface quality: Ungroomed. Fees: yes.

©  Phil Van Valkenberg/The Globe Pequot Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Snowshoeing
Nearby City: Two Rivers
Distance: 1.8
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: Day use
Trailhead Elevation: 590 feet
Top Elevation: feet
Local Contacts: Point Beach State Forest
Driving Directions: Directions to Rawley Point Trail

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