Bike and Hike
The Central Upper Peninsula offers various trails, each with its own unique destination. We have provided overviews of all of our favorite trails in Delta County for the long-time outdoor adventurer and the beginner!
Ride with Locals
People of the Little and Big Bay de Noc spend many hours hitting the trails on bikes. So don’t be shy and join them! This is a great family experience and we encourage children to ride the trails with an adult. Here are three bicycling groups that you can ride with:
- Delta County 906 Adventure Team 2 p.m. Sundays, June-August. Ages K-12 mountain biking. Meet at Days River Pathway. Mountain biking is a great way to build your children’s confidence and help them work their way through the tough stuff. 906 Adventure Team Events
- Tuesday Cycle Nights 6:30 p.m. Meet at Mr. Bike & Ski Shop, 1016 Ludington St., Escanaba. All levels of riders are welcome. Three routes range from 40-50 miles, 25-30 miles and under 20 miles. Riders return to the bike shop or stop at Hereford & Hops Steakhouse and Brewpub for a beer and burger.
Photo by: 906 Adventure Team
Need a bike, accessories, or repairs?
Mr. Bike & Ski Shop, 1016 Ludington St., Escanaba – bikes, accessories, rentals, and repairs
The Beaten Path, 1015 Ludington St., Escanaba – bikes, accessories, and repairs
Brampton Bike & Ski Shop, 910 Delta Ave., Gladstone – bikes, accessories, rentals, and repairs
Dogs are welcome!
All trails in the Bays de Noc area are pet friendly. All we ask is that you keep your dog on a six-foot or shorter leash and clean up after it, so others can enjoy the trails, too.
See this Gorgeous Region Up Close
When you visit the Upper Peninsula, take a minute to soak in all the nature, unplug, and reconnect to your relaxed self with some outdoor activities.
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Escanaba, MI US