A Winter Stay at Teddy Lake Yurt

There's something special about staying in a Yurt. It's a unique experience that most Michiganders have yet to discover. Our first experience with one was at Teddy Lake in Michigan's Craig Lake State Park. The Teddy Lake Yurt is available year-round, making it a perfect winter get-away. Because it is a secluded location, a 4-wheel... Continue Reading →

Find Peace at Wagner Falls

Wagner Falls is an amazing little waterfall. It is easy to access and beautiful in every season. This multiple drop waterfall is roughly 20 feet in height and located on Wagner Creek, just outside of Munising, Michigan. One of the upper drops Our most recent trip was this past January where we put on our snow... Continue Reading →

Snowshoeing to Kakabika Falls

Located 12 miles northeast of Marenisco, Michigan on the Cisco Branch Ontonagon River is a multiple drop waterfall called Kakabika Falls. While not extremely large in size like some of it's neighboring waterfalls, Kakabika occurs in a series of S's as the river drops in elevation. It's quite a peaceful, short hike that isn't very difficult... Continue Reading →

The 3 Layers of Winter

The cold and snow won't stop us from enjoying the outdoors. In fact, one of my favorite times of year to camp and/or hike is winter. No crowds, just us and nature. But before we hit the trails, we always ask: How are we going to stay warm? Proper layering plays a key role in... Continue Reading →

A Wintry West Coast Trip: Little Sable Point

Every year I look forward to visiting Lake Michigan in the winter. There is something very special about this time of year. Yes, it's freezing (and I mean freezing) with bone chilling wind but the ice formations on the lake and lighthouses are masterpieces sculpted by nature and well worth it. At least to me.

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