The Keweenaw Land Trust will hold its annual Land Jam fundraiser on Saturday May 10th, 5-10 pm at the South Range Community Hall. There will be live music and a selection of popular beer, hard cider, and soda. The event will raise funds for future land acquisition projects across the Copper Country. Continue reading →
Registration for the SiSu Shuffle is now open! The event is scheduled for Saturday, April 26 – 11 a.m. at Portage Health, Hancock. This 5k fun run/walk is completely free. By registering, you will be entered to win one of 6 bikes! Continue reading →
Swedetown will be groomed for this weekend, April 11-13, 2014, then grooming will end for the season.
Registration is open for the 2014 Aspirus Keweenaw Copperman Triathlon. The events includes a half-mile swim, a 23-mile bike, and a five-mile run past the end of US Highway 41. For information and to register, visit www.keweenawcopperman.org
This note from Michigan Tech received March 31, 2014:
“Our trail groomers had a surprise this morning while grooming the Michigan Tech Trails. The city of Houghton has plowed the Nara Loop and part of Ridge Loop down to dirt. They are getting prepared for possible flooding at railroad grade on Peepsock Creek culvert.
“We apologize to all our trail users but we were not informed earlier to get this information out. Ridge Loop, Nara Loop and other trails near the Nara Chalet will no longer be groomed or connected to the Upper Tech Trails. Signs have been posted at intersection of trails that are closed.”
Monday, March 31st is the last day the Chassell trail is officially open and all grooming will be suspended as of March 31. Thanks to everyone for supporting the trail with your donations and trail pass purchases. We hope to see everyone again next year. If anyone has questions or comments, please feel free to call me. Thanks. Jim Tervo.
The fourth annual La Flèche du Nord, an informal but high-paced training ride in the tradition of the Belgian spring classics, is scheduled for May 10, 2014, rolling out from The Bike Shop in Houghton at 10 am, and finishing on top of Brockway Mountain, the 75-mile route will take riders over some of the toughest terrain the Keweenaw has to offer. See the details at www.bikethekeweenaw.com.← Older posts Newer posts →