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Best Mountain Bike Rentals and Tours in MI - Copper Harbor

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Keweenaw Adventure Company
FROM$18per 2 hrs

Keweenaw Adventure Co is located across the street from Copper Harbor's renowned trail system with over 40 miles of mapped singletrack trails including cross-country, flow and gravity trails. Rent a premium enduro full suspension, hardtail or fat bike to experience the unique and scenic mountain biking in upper Michigan.read more

COPPER HARBOR, MICHIGAN

Pros Cons
Copper Harbor trail network is an IMBA designated Silver Level Ride Center Can be off the beaten path (but this may be a Pro too!)
Western-like riding experience dubbed “the BC of the Midwest” Not a ton of true beginner terrain (but they are adding more)
Rugged Lake Superior shoreline riding and views

 

Copper Harbor is Michigan’s northernmost community, a small village that sits on a protruding peninsula deep into the clear blue waters of Lake Superior.  It has world famous mountain biking and sea kayaking, and is the takeoff point for a trip to Isle Royale National Park, an archipelago of wilderness in Lake Superior.

THE BEST BIKING TRAILS

  • The majority of the trails at Copper Harbor are rated intermediate – check out the popular Garden Brook (3 miles) and Woopidy Woo (2.5 miles) trails, or the longer Keweenaw Point trail (5.5 miles)
  • For experienced riders, hit up Overflow and Flying Squirrel.  Or try out the more technical trails like Red Trail and Paul’s Plunge.

COPPER HARBOR  IS BEST KNOWN FOR

  • It’s beautiful location on a rugged peninsula jutting out into Lake Superior
  • Gateway to Isle Royale National Park
  • Mountain biking mecca
  • Year-round outdoor activities

WHERE TO RENT BIKES

Keweenaw Adventure Company is a highly rated outfitter that provides mountain biking rentals and tours.  They also offer sea kayaking tours and rentals on Lake Superior and Isle Royale National Park.

WHERE TO CAMP

  • Trails End Campground – rates start at $10 a night. Just 2 minutes away from downtown.
  • Fort Wilkins Historic State Park – nightly rate starts at $30. The park is only 2 minutes away from Copper Harbor city center.

OTHER OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

BEST TIME TO VISIT

The weather from June to September is the perfect season for biking, hiking and camping.  Winter months offer great skiing, snowshoeing and fat biking opportunities!

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