100 Things to Do in the Upper Peninsula Before You DieBook - 2017
Touring Michigan's Upper Peninsula (U.P.) is like taking a two-week trip by station wagon. Not in terms of time---you can sample plenty if four days is all you have. It's about stepping back and appreciating a place of raw scenic beauty dotted with roadside attractions, blinker-light towns, rustic cabins and hand-painted signs advertising smoked fish and homemade jam. With 100 Things to Do in the Upper Peninsula Before You Die, discover a land mostly surrounded by the Great Lakes Huron, Michigan and Superior, linked to the state's Mitten-shaped Lower Peninsula by a five-mile suspension bridge spanning the Straits of Mackinac. The U.P. surprises with Victorian-era and car-free Mackinac Island, millions of acres of forests, waterfalls, wildlife, remnants of the prosperous copper mining era, and 1,700 miles of spectacular shoreline.
Publisher: St. Louis, MO : Reedy Press, 
Characteristics: xiii, 146 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Alternative Title: One-hundred things to do in the Upper Peninsula before you die.