Mount Franklin Trail is located on Isle Royale National Park in Michigan’s Keweenaw County. This is a 9.3 mile (15.1 km) out and back trail that connects the Rock Harbor Trail to the Greenstone Ridge Trail. The trail climbs up the spine of Isle Royale’s Greenstone Ridge. Mount Franklin isn’t really a mountain but a 1080 foot high rock bluff along the ridge that offers incredible views of Canada, Lake Superior and the north side of Isle Royale.
Travel to: Visitors to Isle Royale National Park must arrive by boat or seaplane. There are transportation services that depart from Houghton, MI, Copper Harbor, MI, and Grand Portage, MN.
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