Upper Peninsula of Michigan Trail Riders Association
The U.P. Michigan Trail Riders Association is a non-profit organization for the purpose of promoting the use and development of horseback riding trails in Michigan's beautiful Great Lakes surrounded wilderness, in the Upper Peninsula.           The U.P. MTRA wants to help you enjoy the sport of horseback riding and your love of the outdoors in a unique way, by riding the existing Michigan Riding Trails and camping in nearby campgrounds.  The existing trails  provide nearly unlimited riding in forested areas, old two-track roads, single track trails and little used roads.    Local members will be assisting in building and marking new trails and connector trails.  The long-term goal is to provide trails that allow a cross-UP trail ride, from the border with Wisconsin to the border with Canada and Lower Michigan. As a non-profit corporation, the U.P. MTRA will be financed through membership and organized trail ride fees.   The Upper Peninsula  has always been blessed with active, independent,  generous families,  who ride horses and want to teach their children their tradition while sharing the priceless gift of  Michigan's quiet, cool, forest trails with all other riders. Our summer temperatures average around 70 degrees from June through mid- September.   While there are only about 30 horse trails right now,  there are many trails and camping areas being developed as this group mobilizes.  There are also many thousands of acres of public land, managed by the  US Forest Service and the Department of Natural Resources of Michigan.  These lands are available to ride by contacting the local  offices.
Upper Peninsula of Michigan Trail Riders Association
Upper Peninsula of Michigan Trail Riders Association
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Upper Peninsula of Michigan Trail Riders Association
Upper Peninsula of Michigan Trail Riders Association

Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Trail Riders Association

Wisconsin
Canada
The U.P. Michigan Trail Riders Association is a non- profit organization for the purpose of promoting the use and development of horseback riding trails in Michigan's beautiful Great Lakes surrounded wilderness, in the Upper Peninsula.           The U.P. MTRA wants to help you enjoy the sport of horseback riding and your love of the outdoors in a unique way, by riding the existing Michigan Riding Trails and camping in nearby campgrounds.  The existing trails  provide nearly unlimited riding in forested areas, old two-track roads, single track trails and little used roads.    Local members will be assisting in building and marking new trails and connector trails.  The long-term goal is to provide trails that allow a cross-UP trail ride, from the border with Wisconsin to the border with Canada and Lower Michigan. As a non-profit corporation, the U.P. MTRA will be financed through membership and organized trail ride fees.   The Upper Peninsula  has always been blessed with active, independent,  generous families,  who ride horses and want to teach their children their tradition while sharing the priceless gift of  Michigan's quiet, cool, forest trails with all other riders. Our summer temperatures average around 70 degrees from June through mid-September.   While there are only about 30 horse trails right now,  there are many trails and camping areas being developed as this group mobilizes.  There are also many thousands of acres of public land, managed by the  US Forest Service and the Department of Natural Resources of Michigan.  These lands are available to ride by contacting the local  offices.
U.P. Horse Trail Riding
Upper Peninsula Horse Trail Riding
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Trail Riders

Association

Upper Peninsula

of Michigan

U.P. of Michigan Horse Trail Riding
Canada
Wisconsin