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The Hill on Indian Road

Late evening sun lighting up the higher rocks

Dying sunlight filtered lazily through the tall bare trees. A recent heavy rain had soaked the area, leaving the earth soft and giving, the air thick and cool. I trudged up a slope between deep eroded channels and peered ahead in search of my destination. The day was slipping away and I didn't have…

  • Category Hiking
  • Posted June 21, 2013
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Haystack Mountain

South from Haystack Mountain

Of the three volcanic plugs in the Ottawa National Forest (see an earlier post about Ottawa volcanic plugs), I enjoyed Haystack Mountain the most. It's relatively remote, virtually unknown, and involves a short but challenging hike. A recent trip to the Upper Peninsula brought me close enough to the…

  • Category Hiking
  • Posted October 13, 2010
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Volcanic Plugs of Ottawa Forest

Bald top and view off of Silver Mountain

The Ottawa National Forest includes almost one million acres of lakes, rivers, waterfalls, and forested hills of the Western Upper Peninsula. Stretching from the Peshekee Highlands north of Champion to the Michigan-Wisconsin border, the forest contains the Sturgeon River Gorge, McCormick Tract, and…

  • Category Hiking
  • Posted September 15, 2009
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