UP Michigan Bucket List

By ezmoments | May 17, 2020
North America > United States > Michigan > Upper Peninsula

Lake Superior, Marquette

Lake Superior, Marquette


The Upper Peninsula of Michigan is an adventurers paradise. From world class biking to some of the most pristine lake shore trails, the UP does not disappoint. But where are the best of the spots and experiences, when making your way to this remote and lightly populated region? Here we will go over some of our favorite places that you must visit when you make it to the UP

Upper Peninsula of Michigan Bucket List

  • Sugar Loaf Mountain
  • Mount Bohemia
  • Kitchitikipi
  • Eben Ice Caves
  • Tahquamenon Falls
  • Pasties
  • Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
  • Isle Royale
  • Lake of the Clouds
  • Marquette
  • Sturgeon River Gorge
  • Munising
  • Mackinac Island
  • Cold Water Dips

If you're unsure what the UP is, it is short for Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Downstate aka Lower Peninsula or anything below the Mackinac bridge is what most people know the state for. Those lucky enough to visit the UP realize the beauty and isolation of this area. There are plenty of awesome adventures to be made downstate, but any true Michigander knows the beauty of Michigan is above the bridge.

These are some of the MUST SEE and EXPERIENCE SPOTS! Have you made it too any?

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