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Road Scholar: Hike Northern WI & MI's Upper Peninsula Gems

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Hike Northern Wisconsin & Michigan's Upper Peninsula Gems
May 12-18, 2013 (Level 6)
August 18-24, 2013 (Level 6)
September 22-28, 2013 (Level 5)

Program #17732

The dense forests of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Wisconsin conceal diverse wildlife and more than 1,500 lakes. Become familiar with this region on naturalist-led hikes among its spectacular natural resources. Venture into the Northwoods habitat of the gray wolf and encounter dramatic illustrations of geology at work on hikes to unusual land formations in Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. Learn about owls' adaptations to darkness on a nocturnal excursion, tread the old-growth forests of the region's lake trails and paddle on tranquil Silver Lake as night falls. Human perspectives on this remote corner of the United States emerge in discussions of its mining and logging heritage and hands-on study of forest management techniques. Fee: $599 double; $629 single.




The national ROAD SCHOLAR program requires all participants to register for any program with the national office in Boston, Massachusetts. 1-877-426-8056.
However, we would be glad to help with registration or answer any specific questions you might have about our program or facilities. Call us at 715-479-6456 or send us an email: 
Road Scholar programs.

To register, visit or call 877-426-8056. To receive a complete ROAD SCHOLAR catalog contact:

11 Avenue de Lafayette

Boston, MA   02111-1746


We look forward to hosting you for what we think is one of the most interesting, educational, and fun ROAD SCHOLAR offerings anywhere!

For more information on Trees For Tomorrow's Road Scholar programs, contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Trees For Tomorrow's Road Scholar Program Coordinator at 715-479-6456 X232 or download the Trees For Tomorrow 2012 Road Scholar Program Brochure.

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