U.P. Fall Color Tours
The Western UP and the Lake Gogebic area is absolutely stunning during fall colors and right now the tips of trees are touched with color as we get ready to head into the amazing blast that will happen over the next few weeks.
Any road winding through the U.P. will show you trees ranging from a subtle yellow to brilliant red. The flaming maples, oaks and other hardwoods make a perfect backdrop for the calm waters of the inland lakes. Fall is our tranquil period when the sounds of the forest echo around you as humans and wildlife alike prepare for winter. The peace and quiet of this period are unmatched at any other time of the year. The leaves are touched with frost, the skies are the bluest, the evergreens the greenest, and the lakes are the calmest as they prepare to don their covering of white.
We have put together maps, routes and trips –depending upon your travel plans, duration and desires. We love Fall and want you share our love of the season with you!
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