With over 200 sq. miles of wilderness and 400 islands, Isle Royale National Park has plenty of ground (and water) to cover. This Michigan Trails guide offers an outdoor experience unlike any other.
- Located in Lake Superior, Isle Royale National Park is the nation's first island national park, renowned for its secluded wilderness, free of roads, cars and casual tourism
- Covers nearly 165 mi. of hiking trails to explore by foot, as well numerous water routes via a chain of inland lakes, islands and shorelines to take by paddling
- Detailed information provides you everything you need to know for an island adventure including the park's flora, fauna, fishing opportunities and history
- There are complete descriptions for trails and waterways, including mileage, difficulty and amenities at each destination. Packed around the text in full color are 74 photos and 35 maps of the park s backcountry.
- Author Jim DuFresne's timeless classic has been around in various editions for 36 years, helping hikers, backpackers, canoers and kayakers plan their trip to the country's first island national park.
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