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North Western State Trail

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North Western State Trail Groundbreaking - Alanson to Mackinaw City

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Biking the North Western State Trail

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Safety on Northern Michigan's Trails - Interview at North Western State Trail Groundbreaking

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Trails help Communities - Interview at North Western State Trail Groundbreaking

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DNR District Supervisor at the North Western State Trail Groundbreaking

The North Western State Trail is a 32-mile (51 km) rail trail located in Northern Lower Michigan. It starts on the other side of Petoskey connecting to Little Traverse Wheelway and ends at North Central State Trail Mackinaw City. From Petoskey to Alanson the trail is paved for 7.5 miles (12.1 km). From Alanson to Mackinaw City is a mixture of railroad ballast, mixed dirt and stone. The rest of the trail will be improved over time.
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