The Great Lake-to-Lake Trail offers Michigan’s trail users a unique opportunity to experience quiet rural pathways and urban excursions as it winds its way across the southern lower portion of Michigan from shore to shore. The inaugural ride of the trail is ending right here in Port Huron.
According to their website, the Great Lake-to-Lake Trails Route Inaugural Ride will bring together cycling enthusiasts for the first time on a 275-mile sightseeing trails adventure from South Haven to Port Huron. The ride celebrates the opening of the trail that culminates the unification of 9 counties, 34 municipalities, and 42 townships in the state’s first fully-marked destination trail. The seven-day, 6-night ride begins in the Lake Michigan beach town, South Haven, and connects to 17 individual trails. These trails go through many popular Michigan destinations including Kalamazoo, Jackson, Brighton, and Rochester Hills before the ride ends in the historic town of Port Huron. The ride is set to take place September 13-18th and is limited to the first 150 participants.