Fall

Fall in love with the Porcupine Mountains this autumn.

Marvel at brightly lit trees exploding in a rainbow of reds, yellows and oranges or cast your line for trout, walleye and bass.

Fall is a perfect time to find a cozy cabin or motel in Michigan’s scenic western Upper Peninsula. Tree-lined hiking trails crisscross the 60,000-acre Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, and the area’s numerous waterfalls and scenic sites like Lake of the Clouds provide a beautiful backdrop for hikers and day trippers.

Looking for spectacular fall color? Take a chair life ride at the Porcupine Mountains Ski Area or visit the nearby Copper Peak Adventure Ride, which offers the highest unobstructed vista in the Midwest—you’ll see three states and Lake Superior. Or, hop in your car (or on your motorcycle) for a breathtaking fall color auto tour.

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