North Country Trail - Northern US - "The North Country Trail (NCT) connects America’s red plaid nation, wandering 4600 miles through America’s rugged northern heartlands. Stretching across seven states, this longest National Scenic Trail is brought to local communities through the dedication and hard work of volunteers. From New York to North Dakota, North Country Trail hikers can find adventure right nearby."
#28. North Country Trail (NCT) - Michigan Section: An 875-mile linear route across the state, part of a national scenic trail from New York to North Dakota. The trail enters Michigan near Morenci in the southeastern corner of the state. From there it heads northwest through both urban and rural settings toward certified trail segments in Manistee National Forest. It then takes a decided turn northward through the Jordan Valley and Wilderness State Park to cross the Straits of Mackinac.
The White Pine Trail is a 93 mile rail trail than runs from Grand Rapids to Cadillac, Michigan. The trail follows the former path of the Penn Central Railroad. The White Pine Rail Trail is the longest rail trail in Michigan and one of the longest rail trails in the country.