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The Gwinn Fitness Route is a joined system of pre-existing trails running from the south end of Peter Nordeen Park in downtown Gwinn and north along the Escanaba River, eventually joining up with the Flat River Hiking Trail located just past the Farquar-Metsa Tourist Park.This route was developed by the Marquette County Health Department under a grant from the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, with supoort from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in order to help expand opportunities for non-motorized recreation in the Gwinn area and to promote physical activity.

The route begins and ends at the south picnic shelter of the Peter Nordeen Park on N. Pine St. in Gwinn. From the shelter parking lot you continue north along the Escanaba River.There are several bridges across the river; stay on the gravel path that follows the west side of the river.

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