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Gold Mine Hills near Birch Creek

Bare sloppy woods and distant hills

Way back in the early years of Marquette's iron years there were other metals that people hunted for, silver and gold and more. There were traces of these precious materials found in creeks and veins throughout the Huron Mountains. One of the more promising finds was along Birch Creek. These…

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  • Posted May 8, 2014
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Saux Head Hill

Snowy Saux Head trail

Spring was arriving so slowly for much of the Upper Peninsula. I had started the day with a few short trips in the Peshekee Highlands and had been greeted with flurries and two feet of slush to slog through. Hoping to get a break in Ishpeming on the open trails of Al Quaal I found even more wet snow…

  • Category Hiking
  • Posted May 5, 2014
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Bluffs of Diorite - American Gold Mine

Bare springtime trees below

The trees grew thick and undergrowth tangled along my confused route. I had come a long way from Wolf Lake Road - along clear and exposed rock bluffs, several two-tracks, and through managed hardwoods - and this last stretch on the ridge was the worst so far. There was supposed to be some open views…

  • Category Hiking
  • Posted July 14, 2013
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