Biking in Grand Marais: Where Five Cars is Heavy Traffic
With our quiet roads and lack of traffic, Grand Marais and the surrounding countryside are perfect places for a leisurely bike ride. To the west, biking is allowed on H-58 in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Take a ride out to Sable Lake or the Log Slide. To the east, H-58 winds along near the shore of Lake Superior, inviting you to visit the Blind Sucker Flooding in Lake Superior State Forest. This area is prime habitat for waterfowl. Bring your binoculars! You'll also find several campgrounds and picnic areas.
Or take the back roads and see where they lead. Biking is also allowed on all passable roads in Lake Superior State Forest. Take a trip off the beaten path!
Ride safe! Please wear a helmet.
The Tahqua Trekker, a Trailspotters of Michigan subsidiary, will have 7 day a week service between Grand Marais and Munising. 2 runs daily, service continuing to Tahquamenon. Check their Master Schedule.