Take a trip through the heart of “Copper Country” on the Hancock/Calumet Trail. When more than three-quarters of the nation’s copper came from this region of the Keweenaw Peninsula, Mineral Range Railroad cars hauled hard-rock copper along this route. Today the rolling corridor is home to 13.4 miles of trail that also goes by the names “Jack Stevens Calumet-Hancock Rail Trail” and “Snowmobile Trail #17.”
Length: 13.5 Miles
Type: Riding, Hiking, Biking, Snowmobiling
Terrain: Hills, woods,
Camping: No equestrian camping.
Lake Front Rd. at US 41 bridge (Hancock) and Pine St./SR 203 (Calumet)