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Length 47.0 mi / 75.6 km
Time to Allow Take 60 minutes to drive the byway one-way or two to four days to see the entire byway.
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No fees are required to drive the byway.

Pure copper! In Michigan's northern wilderness you will find the legacy of a mining boom that produced over ten billion pounds of copper that assisted a nation’s growth. Today, the story of the Copper Country is told in the historic downtowns, mine shafthouses, and through the history of the people.

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Driving the Byway

From Portage Lake Lift Bridge to Fort Wilkins

  • The Copper Country Trail begins at the Portage Lake Lift Bridge, the only road access to the Keweenaw Peninsula.
  • From the bridge, travel north on US-41 along the Keweenaw Peninsula approximately 47 miles to Copper Harbor, the site of restored Fort Wilkins.

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