Nestled in the wilderness of Marquette, Michigan, lies an ancient and relatively giant rocky peak called Hogback
Category Archives: Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
10 Miles of True Wonder
The walk to the shoreline seemed to take forever, which was probably due to our excitement of actually walking along the cliffs and viewing them up close in person, views we have dreamed of and areas we strongly desired to be in.
When the Night put on a Show
We then walked along the short path through the trees to the beach and as the trees began to clear and the northern part of the sky became visible we noticed something magical in the night.
Kayaking A Unique Shoreline
To be so close to something so unique and full of wonder, it was as if giants came long ago and painted their story on the walls of these giant cliffs. In this case though it was nature putting its artistry on for those who ventured out into the wilderness to find it.
A Sub-Zero Hike
Hiked 2 miles in sub zero temps to check out the remote Eben Ice Caves and experienced my eyelashes freezing for the first time.