Brockway Mountain Drive, Copper Harbor

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Brockway Mountain Drive is a 8.883-mile (14.296 km) scenic highway in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan just west of Copper Harbor.

Access to the road is gained from M-26 from either Eagle Harbor to the west or Copper Harbor to the east. The drive runs along a cliff on the Keweenaw Fault and climbs to a height of 1,328 feet (405 m) above sea level, 726 feet (221 m) above the surface of Lake Superior

Several turnouts along the route allow for views of Copper Harbor, Lake Superior, and undeveloped woodland. The road was constructed by the Works Project Administration and Civilian Conservation Corps in 1933, and has been recognized for its scenic nature.
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  • Beautiful— have roads gotten worse? The scenic views are breathtaking! We began in Copper Harbor and the trip to the top was a little rough  more »
  • We took this route on the way back from Copper Harbor to Ontonagon. We drove up from the town to the overlook, Brockway Mountain Lookout. Great views of Lake Superior, Copper Harbor, Lake Fanny Hooe....  more »

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