Marble Head Trail

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Marble Head Trail is an 8.6-mile (13.8 km) trail located on Drummond Island within Drummond Township, Michigan. There is no cost or fee to hike this particular trail. Marble Head Trail gets its name from the cliff area, also named Marble Head, which is first place in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to view sunrise. Marble Head looks out over Lake Huron, one of the three Great Lakes that touch the Upper Peninsula.

Trail layout[edit]

  • 0.0 - Trailhead on Glen Cove Road
  • 0.3 - Off-road vehicle track
  • 2.2 - Bridge over creek at Sitgreaves Bay
  • 3.7 - Spur trail to Marble Head
  • 4.3 - Marble Head; turnaround point
  • 8.6 - Trailhead

References[edit]

Hansen, Eric. Hiking Michigan's Upper Peninsula a Guide to the Greatest Hiking Adventures in the U.P. Morris Book Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-0-7627-2588-5.