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- A scenic loop trail that has views of Bryce Canyon, Glen Canyon and other amazing places. After about 2 miles the trail comes to an old road. Turn left following the road to the south. When you see the pink cliffs above you to the north you are just below Canaan Peak which is a great campsite.
- This hike with take you on rolling hills and recovering woodland in Davy Crockett National Forest. The trial follows an abandoned timber way route left there from the Central Coal and Coke Company. It is marked with white markers on the trail that make it easy to follow
- This ride incorporates the challenging wooden features of Time Trial and Dragon Loop also the natural rock and water features of Hairy Toad and Barking Frog Loop into one. Trail width is handlebar width with the narrowest bridge is 4.5 inches. Surface of the trail is mainly roots and rocks.
- Little Presque is an amazing place to hang out for a day in both the summer and winter. Its has it all, beautiful sand beach, rough cliffs, and majestic forest. To get to the Island there is about a 50 meter walk in waist deep water to get there. In the winter there is an ice bridge you can cross but be careful. The cliff jumping ranges from 10-25 feet.
- The North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve has no establish trials making this a great place to explore. At the parking area there is an oak that is a good landmark to use.The trickiest part of the walk to the overlook occurs just as you pass Ravine Falls. Make sure to pass south and west of the fence line that forms a border with private property. Once you pass the fence, an unofficial use trail makes it easier to navigate toward an overlook showing Phantom Falls, Little Phantom Falls, and Coal Canyon.
- Observatory Hill is the highest point in Marquette County, Wisconsin (but it really is not all that high). This short hike starts on a guided path, however it then turns into a path noticeable only by foot-traffic. This area is known to be an old favorite of John Muir--in his youth. The area is great for birding and there are rumors of petroglyph sightings. Be aware that this state-owned land is sometimes leased by logging operations--in which case the trail is not maintained to the best of conditions.