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The Lower Pennisula has but only one real outdoor crag and that's Grand Ledge (Oak Park).
The Upper Peninsula holds Michigan's best rock climbing. With its hidden rock bands, hard to find boulders, and still to be discovered routes, there's a fair share of smaller quality crags and areas. There are over 300 hundred routes and countless boulder problems.
Munising/Picture Rocks is home to hundreds of frozen drip and Michigan's Ice Fest (www.downwindsports.com)
If your looking to make the journey here, don't forget about our amazing mountain biking, paddling, cross country skiing and endless other outdoor activities. For more beta on the Upper Peninsula contact Down Wind Sports of Marquette, Houghton, or Munising. ( http://downwindsports.com/mainSite/ )
A new guidebook, A rock climbers guide to Michigan's Upper Peninsula by Bill Thompson, Matt Abbot and Jason Schnider, should be out Fall 2020. The new guide will be a companion book to the Ice Climbers Guide to Munising Michigan, both of which are real world quality guidebooks.
Classic Climbing Routes at Michigan
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