Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is known for it’s long harsh winters.

In leu of a regular post, here is a collection of my favorite photos I took this winter.

A bridge over the Peshekee River leading to the McCormick Wilderness.

The bridge crossing the Peshekee River into the wilderness.

To read more about my McCormick adventure, check out my Snowshoeing the McCormick Wilderness post.

Taking a picture of the Eben Ice Caves.

Taking a picture of the Eben Ice Caves.

To learn more about the ice caves, check out my Visiting the Eben Ice Caves post.

The Dead River running through the Mulligan Plains.

The Dead River running through the Mulligan Plains.

Standing on the shores of Lake 8.

Standing on the shores of Lake 8.

A view of Hogback Mountain from a clearing in the dense forest.

A view of Hogback Mountain from a clearing in the dense forest.

You can learn more about my Hogback Mountain trip in A Winter Hike to the Summit of Hogback Mountain

Snow Over the Mulligan Cliffs

Snow Over the Mulligan Cliffs

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