Just in time for the warm weather trail season, the Michigan Trails and Recreation Alliance of Land and the Environment has released its updated trails map.
It’s the first update for MI-TRALE’s comprehensive map since 2020. The new release contains more than 400 miles of DNR Designated trails, and another 2,300 miles of trails open to ORV use in the Ottawa National Forest.
The map includes ORV trails, equestrian trails, paddling water trails, and hiking trails in Houghton, Baraga, Ontonagon, Gogebic and Iron Counties. The map can be ordered at www.mi-trale.org. It may also be purchased from any of their sponsors found on the website.
The free MI-TRALE Map App “Michigan UP Trails” can be downloaded from your favorite app store. An update is anticipated in late May to improve response time and functionality.