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Start Your Thanksgiving Outside: Turkey Trot!

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The UP Health System-Portage 2017 Turkey Trot is Thanksgiving morning, Nobember 23, at 9 am. Participants meet in the front lobby of UP Health System-Portage in Hancock to register (or you can register online). Walkers and runners will head out … Continue reading

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Registration Open for Run the Keweenaw

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Registration is open for Run the Keweenaw, a series of trail running events in Eagle Harbor and Copper Harbor. The events take place July 8-9, 2017. Things kick off Saturday morning, July 8, at the Eagle Harbor Town Hall with … Continue reading

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Registration Open for 2017 Canal Run

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Registration is open for the 2017 Canal Run, slated for Saturday, July 15. The event includes 5- and 10-mile walks, 5- and10-mile runs, and a half-marathon. To register, volunteer, and see more details, go to https://www.canal.run

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2016 Muck Run Results

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The 2016 Michigan Tech Muck Run, a fundraiser for the Nordic skiing and cross country programs, is in the books. See the results: overall by gender

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  • Trail Reports

    December 16, 2017

    Swedetown -The Husky is off the leash and running free. All trails tilled and tracked, beautiful conditions. Multi loops rolled.

    Churning Rapids Snow Bike Trail – All trails groomed Friday night. Basswood loops were groomed for the first time this season and are soft. A few inches of fluffy snow fell after grooming, but trails should be rideable with low tire pressure.

    Maasto Hiihto/Churning Rapids -This morning we rolled the snow that fell overnight and decided some trails were now deep enough to make tracks. Granted, things are quite rough and wet spots remain, nonetheless, tracks were made on all city side trails and the gorge until Tomasi pit road. From there the old trail or trail 8 to Churning Rapids has tracks; trail 4 towards Mud Lake, and the trail on the east side of the lake (trail 9). Trails aren’t perfect yet but skiing isn’t bad.

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