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Black River Trail

Canoe/Kayak Black River in Gogebic County, Michigan.

The Black River provides visitors with outstanding scenery, unique geographical features, superb fisheries, cultural history, and abundant recreation opportunities. The many waterfalls, rapids, and gorge-like landscapes along this river, combined with a mix of large hemlock and eastern white pine, has long been recognized as a distinctive resource.

Designated Reach: March 3, 1992. From the Ottawa National Forest Boundary to Lake Superior.

Classification/Mileage: Scenic -- 14.0 miles; Total -- 14.0 miles.

Ottawa National Forest
E6248 U.S. Highway 2
Ironwood, Michigan 49938

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