North Country Trail (aka Canyon Falls Trail), L'Anse

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When completed, the North Country Trail will extend for about 4600 miles and will link the Appalachian Trail in Vermont to the Lewis and Clark Trail in North Dakota.

The Peter Wolfe Chapter of the North Country Trail is located in Michigan's Western Upper Peninsula and traverses Gogebic, Ontonagon, Houghton, & Baraga counties including the Ottawa National Forest. It spans from M-64 near Bergland to Eastern BaragaCo.
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  • This is an easy roadside stop off US-41. The hike back to the falls is about a half mile but most of the way you follow a gorgeous river. Keep on going to the end of the trail to see the big fall. Wor...  more »
  • This falls was recommended to us by our hotel owner. It is a wayside with a trail/boardwalk that goes back to the falls. It was a pretty easy hike that most people with normal mobility should be able ...  more »
  • Decent views even with late summer amount of water vs spring. Nice walk. Saw college guys and ladies jumping off the cliff. Fun to watch and listen to the "first timers". A few heights to jump from to work your way up if you wanted to try it.
  • The views were great and the canyon is very cool, however the trail could use some fixing. There are several boards that are missing along the way out to the falls and several others that are loose, I nearly flipped one when I stepped on the edge of it. I got pretty lucky I didn't fall, so I hope it gets fixed before somebody else isn't lucky.

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