Mount Arvon Trail is located 27 miles (43.4 km) from L’Anse in Michigan’s Baraga County. This is a 11.1 mile (18 km) out and back trail up Michigan’s highest point at 1,979.238 feet above sea level. The hiking trail to the summit of Mount Arvon was created by avid hikers in 2017 but now, you can drive within 2 miles from the top and hike the rest of the way.
Travel directions: From the intersection of US Hwy 41 and Broad Street go north on Broad Street for 0.7 miles to Main Street. Turn right to Skanee Road for 16.1 miles to Roland Lake Road and take a right for 2.9 miles to Ravine River Road. Turn right and continue for 6.1 miles to T-intersection. Turn right and you are 2 miles from the parking lot. From the T-intersection at 6.3 miles fork, go left, 6.4 miles, steep incline at this point, fork, go right; 6.8 miles, fork, go right 7.2 miles go to right. Continue on for ½ mile to the gravel parking lot.
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