Kakabika, Bond and Agate Falls
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Stickley Beaver Lodge Getaway cabin is in a great convenient centered location for Winter adventures. Call 920-680-7095 (text or leave message). Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our other website: www.stickleylodgegetaway.weebly.com (more pictures of cabin, history on area, etc.).
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December 1 Opening of Upper Peninsula Snowmobile Trails. For information on snowmobiling in Michigan, including current laws and regulations, go to www.michigan.gov/snowmobiling
Kakabika Waterfalls are on Road 531, just west of the cabin not too far. Bond Falls is northeast of the cabin (north of Watersmeet). Snowmobile over the bridge system that goes over Agate Waterfalls. Many other beautiful areas that go by rivers, mountains, old historic areas and more. A great day trip is to go to Lake of the Clouds and be high up in the mountain areas looking down at Lake of the Clouds. Lake Gogebic area (west of the cabin) is a popular area (use caution for ice shelves that push up on the lake at times so no one in your party is injured when snowmobiling on the lake itself).
The Snowmobile Associations in the area groom the trails. In the Watersmeet area that is UP Thunder Riders. (including trail 13 and 2 by the cabin). The Gogebic Range Trail Authority grooms from Ironwood to Marenisco. North Country Snowmobile Club in area of Ontonagon County (just north of cabin and where time zone changes, an hour ahead). There are hundreds of miles of trails throughout the this Michigan Wisconsin border area. There are also groomed cross country ski trails (Sylvania Wilderness area and Sylvania Outfitters) and many lakes to enjoy ice fishing.
The cabin is in a great location for do trail riding and also ice fishing as it is in Gogebic County but right north and northwest of the cabin is Ontonagon County. Besides the miles of trails in Gogebic County (including going by rivers, waterfalls, and more), Ontonagon County has 350 miles of groomed and marked trails for snowmobiling enthusiasts. The trails pass through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Midwest. Cruise over impressive historical railroad bridges high above surrounding forest landscapes for breathtaking views. See Lake of the Clouds in Winter in the Porkies. Gas, food, refreshments, and lodging are right on the trail. Lake Gogebic is situated within a vast snowmobile trail system extending throughout the Upper Peninsula.
The trail system connects with the Upper Peninsula’s 2,500 miles of trails as well as northern Wisconsin’s trail system. Then, if you go south of the cabin not that far is the Wisconsin Border to enjoy Wisconsin trails. These trails have been discussed in many snowmobile magazines such as Snow Goer (or snowgoer), Snowmobiler, American Snowmobiler (AmSnow), Supertraxx, SnowMag, SnoWest, MaxSled, Sledheads, Michigan Snowmobile Magazine and more.
Or, go skijouring, cross country skiing or snowshoeing in this area (see page on this site for cross country skiing, snowshoeing, etc.). There is also downhill skiing facilities are less than a hour’s drive to the west (great day trip from the cabin to enjoy one of your days downhill skiing or a group could do different adventures on a daily basis).
Use sleds by the cabin (on the hill), grill some food on the charcoal grill, have a drink and watch the snow, see the stars in the sky, go ice fishing and go to Rogers Bar for some warm food and drinks (and then snuggle into the cabin with friends),
Rogers Bar is down the road from the cabin (cabin has privacy on acreage, circle driveway with parking space for trailers and vehicles, woods). Rogers Bar use to be called the Cisco Inn. Old murials are behind the bar. The area of the cabin was called Stickley. There was an old time cabin just north of the cabin called Stickley Lodge. There are many old time logging, mining and gangster stories. There is more information (information on area and pictures) on the regular website for the cabin at: beaverlodgegetaway.weebly.com. Rogers Bar has some history and old pictures on their website also. Mr. Williams that is from the area just wrote a book on the old railroad history of the area. His books are for sale in the area. You might see him at Rogers Bar from time to time.
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