Level: Beginner
Length: 25 mi (40.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: -
Total: 4 riders

Mountain Biking Porcupine Mountains Wilderness SP

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#202 of 317 mountain bike trails in Michigan
#10,702 in the world

Multiple trails to choose from including Log Camp Trail, Overlook trail, Deer Yard trail, Nonesuch Trail, and the River Trail. Map: http://www.michigandnr.com/Publications/PDFS/RecreationCamping/Porkies_mtbiketrailmap.pdf

First added by Jeff Barber on Jan 16, 2014. Last updated May 8, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From White Pine, take hwy 64 north to 107th Engineers Hwy. Turn left and the trailhead is just past the Porcupine Mtns. Ski area.
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  • Michael Franko

    Seriously, save your time. This is NOT a mountain bike trail in any way. It could be and it could be sweet if someone put in a lot of work, but this is not worth anything but a nature walk. On the bright side, there are a lot of thimbleberries trailside...

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  • mceligot

    The trails are just beginner and intermediate cross-country ski trails that you are allowed to mountain bike on. We were there a day after a soaking rain and there were many trail sections that were mud bogs.

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  • BB1963

    This trail system is composed of a series of cross country skiing trails that are also used for mountain biking. I didn't find any true single track up there. The trails were mostly grassy with some hard packed dirt sections. There were some beautiful scenic views of Lake Superior, and the trails wind through heavy Forrest with some significant climbs, and steep descents - though with the height of the grass it was hard to see the drainage ditches until you were almost on top of them. This trail system shows some good potential, but will require some significant work to make it a true single track mountain biking destination.

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