The M-134 North Huron Scenic Byway website provides a cohesive look at the communities along M-134, providing guides to the many activities and sites along the road.
North Huron Scenic Byway
Places to Stay
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Where Year-Round Outdoor Recreation Is at a Premium ...
LOCATED ON THE EASTERN TIP OF CHIPPEWA COUNTY, IN THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN.
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Along the Road
During 2006, a group of stakeholders from Clark Township gathered to discuss the potential for developing a nonmotorized pathway between Cedarville and Hessel. From these discussions grew a much larger and collaborative effort, now known as the North Huron Scenic Pathway. The proposed pathway would run from downtown St. Ignace to Drummond Island, spanning over 70 miles. The Pathway committee, composed of volunteers and local government officials, began meeting monthly to discuss strategies for developing this pathway. By the spring of 2007 the committee had identified the completion of a Preliminary Engineering Study as the first step toward pathway development. This study was completed in May of 2008 and provides the Committee with preferred and alternate route locations as well as detailed engineering specifications, including cost estimates for segments of the pathway. Throughout the process of developing this Study, which was completed by Rowe, Inc. the Committee also began to fully realize the numerous recreational opportunities along M‐134, a segment of State highway which had long been locally contemplated as a Heritage Route. Once the Preliminary Engineering Study was completed, many of these same stakeholders reconvened to begin the pursuit of Recreational Heritage Route Designation for M‐134 from its starting point at Interstate 75 to the Townline Road and M‐134 (Four Corners) on Drummond Island.
Find yourself on a road less traveled.
A place where communities and their visitors can connect with nature.
Thousands of miles of trails, hundreds of acres to explore, dozens of cultural experiences, one byway.