Most people reserve trips Up North for the spring and summer months. But if you limit your trips to just those seasons, you’re missing out on much of what this great state has to offer.
Will you be swimming in Lake Superior in January? Probably not (though bravo if you do). But there’s a distinct beauty in the quiet of winter to be found in the majestic ice caves, frozen waterfalls, snowy hikes, and skiing. And the towns themselves won’t be overcrowded like they are during the warmer months
Some may debate where “Up North” starts, but we’re beginning from the Zilwaukee Bridge just north of Saginaw on I-75. The map is organized south to north, with the farthest location around nine hours away.
And be sure to check out our list of the best cabins to rent Up North this winter.
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