Tours include bicycles and all required equipment including helmets.
A minimum of 4 and a maximum of 10 paying customers are required to run the tours. They may be from different groups. All children require a parent or guardian. Children are considered to be 12 years old or younger.
Marquette Bike Path
Guided tour along the Marquette Bike Path to Presque Isle and back. Ripley’s Rock, Lower Harbor Ore Dock, L’Attitude’s Café and Bistro, Elwood Mattson Park, Marquette Ships Pier, Coaster II Schooner, Isle Royale Queen III, Cinder Pond Marina, Fish Dock,Thill’s Fish Market, Marquette Maritime Museum, U.S. Coast Guard Station, Marquette Lighthouse, McCarty’s Cove, Coco’s Restaurant, Picnic Rocks, Lakeview Arena, Superior Dome, Dead River, Presque Isle Ore Dock, Ore Boats, Presque Isle Park, Chief Kawbawgam’s Grave, Presque Isle Cliffs, Black Rocks, The Cove, Sunset Point, Partridge, Granite, and Gull Islands, Presque Isle Ice Cream Shop, Moosewood Nature Center. Presque Isle Bog Walk. 3 hrs. Adults-$39- Child $18- Seniors $36
Tour highlights Historical Marquette and the Upper Peninsula. Ripley’s Rock, Gaines Rock, Jacques Marquette Statue, Lower Harbor Ore Dock, Elwood Mattson Park, East Marquette, Marquette County Courthouse, Regional History Museum. Fees includes admission to the Regional History Center. 3 hrs. Adults-$39-Seniors-$36
Sugarloaf and Wetmore. “ Bike and Hike”
Tour Starts from Presque Isle with a circumnavigation with stops at Chief Kawbawgam’s Grave, Cliffs Overlook, The Black Rocks, Sunset Point, and the World’s largest Float Copper Display. We then continue on Lakeshore Blvd. Hawley street and out across the Dead River and out County Road 550 to the Sugar Loaf Parking Lot. Easy riding with just moderate hills. After a lunch at Sugarloaf Mountain we’ll like down the North Country Trail to Wetmore Beach and Little Presque Isle. From Little Presque Isle you’ll be shuttled back to the vehicles at Presque Isle. 5 hrs. Adults-$49-Child-$25 –Seniors-$45
Three different tours from 7-10 miles. Easy Riding. 100% flat terrain. Old rail trail. Many bridges, ponds, lakes creeks, rivers, beaver ponds, and bogs. You may see a moose in this area. Make it a great day trip in the UP’s beautiful woodland forests. 6 hrs. Adults-$49-Child-$25-Seniors-$45
Paddle and Pedal
This tour starts with an easy kayak trip on Teal Lake in Negaunee from the east end to Al Qual Park in Ishpeming. Here we’ll pick up our bikes and ride down the trail to the Cliff Shaft Mine Museum and after a tour there we’ll continue through the historical mining town of Ishpeming and down to Suicide Ski Jumping Bowl and then on to Negaunee and our awaiting vehicles at Teal Lake. Shuttling may be substituted instead of driving your vehicle from Marquette for an additional fee. Fee to Cliffs Shaft Museum in included. 5 hrs.. Adults-$79-Child-$55-Seniors-$65
Iron Ore Heritage
Tour through the historical mining towns of Ishpeming and Negaunee. Visit the Cliff Shaft Mine Museum. Features spectacular views of trees and forst hills and Historical Mining and Homesites. Terrain is flat to hilly. Difficulty is East to Moderate. 4 hrs.