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Looking for suggestions on snowmobile trails in Upper Michigan. Or, why you liked certain areas. For making new trips for groups, family, friends, etc.

Had people in group stay at Stickley Lodge Getaway in Upper Michigan. In historic Stickley, MI area (between Marenisco and Watersmeet, Michigan). On trails 2, 13, etc.

Good variety of trails and very scenic with waterfalls (snowmobiling over waterfalls also), mountains, historic areas, and more. Very scenic areas. Take a camera. Make time to stop and enjoy the sites.

The cabin right on the trail and convenient location to do many adventures.

Cabin has electric fireplace units, comfy livingroom, complete kitchen, gameroom, circle driveway, log and branch decor, and more. Sometimes it is harder to find a cabin for a group or family, etc. And, this one is right on the trail system which is really helpful to enjoy the area.

This is just over the Wisconsin Michigan border. Beautiful scenery and many local snowmobile clubs with groomers for trail conditions to be kept. Looking for other areas with decent trails that are taken care of also.

There is cross country skiing and ice fishing in the area also. So, great for groups with a variety of interests.

Looking for other areas with variety of adventures, scenic sites, trail conditions generally overall taken care of, places to stay for family, friend groups, etc also.

This area also has trails marked with locator numbers for emergencies, locations to pickup sleds, etc. Generally helpful marked trails with signs. Local area snowmobile maps which are good to purchase for new years as gas stations, stores, trails at times change.

Lake Gogebic at times gets ice pushes on the lake. Be cautious of those especially if you are not staying on the actual marked trail on the lake. Many trails in area including bridges going over waterfalls which is beautiful. Scenic trails and many on land or alternate trails to not go on the lakes.

Have fun and be safe.
 
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