Upper Peninsula Snowmobile Trails

SNOWMOBILE TRAILS IN THE UPPER PENINSULA

A list of most of the snowmobile trails in the U.P. Inquire locally for detailed information, map and trail permit.

Snowmobile Trail Conditions for the Upper Peninsula

 Snowmobiling in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Trail conditions and maps

Snowmobile Rentals in the Upper Peninsula

Upper Peninsula Chambers of Commerce

The State of Michigan requires that anyone who operates a snowmobile in this state shall purchase a Michigan snowmobile trail permit sticker. The permit is valid for one year. Revenue from these stickers is used to maintain snowmobile trails throughout the state. Stickers can be obtained at snowmobile dealers, winter related businesses and many retail businesses located adjacent to or near the Michigan snowmobile trail system.
Michigan Rules and Regulations for Snowmobiling.

 

ALSTON-WINONA, 15 miles

BESSEMER AREA TRAILS, at Bessemer, 53 miles

BERGLAND-MARENISCO, at Marenisco, 24 miles.

BERGLAND-BRUCE CROSSING, 60 miles

BERGLAND-PORCUPINE MOUNTAINS, 1 mile north of Bergland, 21 miles

BERGLAND-SILVER CITY- PORCUPINE MOUNTAINS STATE PARK, 60 miles.

BIG BAY-L'ANSE, 56 miles

BIG SPRINGS, west of Indian Lake at Palm Book State Park, 25 miles.

BILL NICHOLS TRAIL, Mass City to Toivola to Houghton

FREDA LOOP, 23 miles.,

HANCOCK-CALUMET LOOP, 30 miles

CHARLEY LAKES, 6 miles northeast of Ralph, 6 miles

CHASSELL-PAINESDALE, 12 miles. Trail is still closed as of 8/22/08. For alternate snowmobile route to Painesdale and Trail #3, phone Harry at 906-523-4417. Chassell-Baraga trail will be open.

CHASSELL-HOUGHTON: Rail trail is open.

CHATHAM - SHINGLETON, at Shingleton, 26 miles.

CHRISTMAS, at Christmas, 10 miles.

CLOWRY - BIG BAY, 38 miles.

CURTIS, 6 trails, 38 miles.

CURTIS-ENGADINE, 27 miles.

DRUMMOND ISLE, on Drummond Island, 60 miles.

ENSIGN - NAHMA, US-2 at Ensign, 11 miles.

FELCH GRADE, Felch to Escanaba, 44 miles.

GRAND MARAIS, East Trail to Pine Stump and Newberry about 40 miles. West Trail (to Munising and Shingleton) 35 miles

HERMAN-ISHPEMING, at Ishpeming, 30 miles.

HULBERT-STRONGS-TROUT LAKE, 17.8 miles

IRON RANGE TRAILS, covering Amasa, Crystal Falls, Iron River, and Sidnaw, 240 miles

IRONWOOD TRAIL, at Ironwood, 42 miles.

ISHPEMING-NEGAUNEE AREA, 200 miles of groomed trails connecting to the Upper Peninsula 2,500 mile trail system.

KEWEENAW PENINSULA

BILL NICHOLLS TRAIL, Toivola to Houghton, 17 miles

FREDA LOOP, 23 miles,

HANCOCK-CALUMET LOOP, 30 miles,

CALUMET TO COPPER HARBOR, 76 miles.

Loops to GAY-EAGLE, EAGLE HARBOR-LAC LaBELLE, 45 miles

KINROSS-PICKFORD, 1 mile southeast of Kinross, 13 miles

KINROSS-SPILE DAM - RACO - SOO, 35 miles

KINROSS-TROUT LAKE, 25 miles

LAC VIEUX TRAIL, southwest of L'Anse on US 41, 50 miles

LAKE ANTOINE, 2 miles east of Waucedah at Beaver Pete's, 10 miles.

LES CHENEAUX ISLANDS / HESSEL, CEDARVILLE, PICKFORD, 107 miles of connecting trails to the rest of the U.P. and Canada via Drummond Island

LITTLE LAKE, 6 miles east of Gwinn on M-35, 18 miles.

LITTLE LAKE - NORTHLAND, in Gwinn & Little Lake, 40 miles.

LORETTO - FELCH, 1.5 miles east of Waucedah off US-2, or 2.5 miles south of Foster City, 25 miles

MACKINAC ISLAND, roads only (no trails) are open to snowmobilers. If your intention is to snowmobile across the ice bridge from St. Ignace to Mackinac Island, please be aware it is your responsibility to find the safest marked trail.

MANISTIQUE LAKE, 1 mile east of Curtis, 9 miles.

MARQUETTE - BIG BAY, 38 miles.

MARQUETTE - SAND RIVER , 25 miles

McMILLAN TRAIL, on CR-429, 18 miles

MUNISING-Alger County.

BALDY LAKE, at Munising, 23 miles

HOVEY BRANCH, 15 miles south of Munising, 25 miles

NORTH HIAWATHA, at Munising, 8 miles.

MURPHY CREEK, 4 miles southeast of Steubon on M-94, 6 miles.

NEGAUNEE AREA TRAILS, at Negaunee or 2 miles south of Marquette on M-28, 60 miles.

NEGAUNEE - MICHIGAMME - REPUBLIC, 46 miles

NEWBERRY:

TAHQUAMENON FALLS TRAIL, 1 mile north of Newberry on M-123, 22 miles.

PINE STUMP, 19 miles north of Newberry on Deer Park Road, 30 miles

PULLUP LAKE, Naubinway (US 2) to M-28, 20 miles (4 miles south of Newberry)

NEWBERRY-GRAND MARAIS (Approx. 50 miles)

NEWBERRY-PARADISE (40 miles)

NEWBERRY-MANISTIQUE (50 miles)

NORTH MENOMINEE COUNTY TRAILS, at Wilson on US-41, 61 miles

ONOTA - CHATHAM, 2 miles east of Chatham off M-94, 10 miles

ONTONAGON-MASS, 15 miles

ONTONAGON TO WHITE PINE TO SILVER CITY TO LAKE OF THE CLOUDS, 23 miles

RALPH PIPELINE, i mile south of Ralph on Co. Rd. 581, 11 miles

RAMSEY-MARENISCO, at Marenisco, 36 miles

RAPID RIVER, Nahma Grade Trail, 11 miles at Rapid River

RACO-NAOMIKONG POINT, 25 miles

RACO-PARADISE-WHITEFISH POINT, 115 miles

RACO-STRONGS-TROUT LAKE, 12.3 miles

REPUBLIC - SAGOLA, 25 mile

REPUBLIC- ISHPEMING Rail Trail will connect Republic/Champion Grade Trail to Ishpeming Iron Ore Heritage Trail. Opening soon

REXTON, 25 miles

RIDGE BRANCH, at Munising, 9 miles.

SAND PLANES, off M-35 at New Swanzy, 18 miles

SENEY, 0.5 miles north of Seney on Fox River Road, 24 miles.

SHINGLETON:

HAYWIRE, at Manistique or Shingleton, 36 miles.

COALWOOD, at Shingleton, 14 miles

SHINGLETON - GRAND MARAIS, 34 miles.

SILVER LAKE - GWINN, 29 miles.

SILVER LAKE-WEST BRANCH CAMP, 5 miles north of Channing on M-95, 19 miles

SKUNK CREEK, 2.5 miles north of Felch on Co. Rd. 581, 21 miles

SOO-RACO, 20 miles at Sherman Park (1 mile east of Sault St. Marie)

STATE LINE-BRUCE CROSSING, at Bruce Crossing, 60 miles

ST. IGNACE-CASTLE ROCK, 3 miles northeast of Brevort on Worth Road to 2 miles southwest of Trout Lake, ( 4 miles north of St. Ignace), 32 miles

SUNRISE, 38 miles

TROUT LAKE-RUDYARD 1 mile west of Rudyard, 23 miles

WATERSMEET Intersection of Trails #2 & #3.

 

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