Ross, Jo and Hans at "Lake of the Clouds"
in the Porcupine Mountains of Michigan's Upper Peninsula
Superior Trails began life as my personal travel and recreation pages on PersonalityPathways.com, a website I created several years ago. Among the pages I posted was our first circle tour around Lake Superior. As the pages multiplied, it eventually occurred to me this growing collection can function as a guidebook of sorts for others who are interested in traveling down similar recreational and travel pathways. And it gives me an opportunity to recycle the information in the hundreds (perhaps thousands!) of brochures, maps, books, pamphlets, and other reference documents that mysteriously get attached to me during our travels!
SuperiorTrails has now progressed to be the premier website for scenic travel in the three state regions (and one Canadian provence) around Lake Superiors. While we endeavor to keep it updated and current only a fraction of the resource information we collect on our tours make it into these pages. So don't hesitate to send an e-mail on questions . . . or even add a contribution to the information we provide recreation enthusiasts and scenic travelers.
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ScenicPathways.com is our traveling blog covering scenic drives and scenic places, including things to do and see (hiking, dining, golfing, state and national parks, camping, RV parks, etc.). Check out our Lake Superior Travel section of the blog for notes on some of our more recent visits to areas around Lake Superior.