Take a snowmobiling trip to the Tahquamenon Scenic Byway. Miles of trails await you in a region that on average receives 106 inches of snow each year. After a long day on the trails the small villages of Newberry and Paradise offer many comfortable lodging and dining opportunities to warm up and relax before heading our for another day of riding.
Crisp Point Lighthouse – Trail 8 passes 2 miles south of the lighthouse on CR-412. The road to the lighthouse will occasionally be groomed for use. Learn more about the Crisp Point Lighthouse Trails. Hundreds of miles of DNR designated snowmobile trails can be accessed in Chippewa County.
With over 6,200 miles of designated trails, Michigan is regarded as one of the premier snowmobiling states in the country. Paradise rests at the heart of the extensive UP trail network and is the snowmobile capital of the Upper Peninsula. 200 miles of well-marked and groomed trails available in the immediate region attract thousands of riders from across the country to Paradise each year. Why not join them? Start planning your Michigan snowmobiling adventure in Paradise today!
Trails run north from Paradise toward Whitefish Point, Newberry, St. Ignace, Grand Marais and just about everywhere in between. A popular Michigan snowmobiling route along trail 45 leads riders directly to the Upper and Lower Tahquamenon Falls, frozen in breathtaking ice sculptures by the Upper Peninsula winter.
Interested in exploring the trails but don’t have your own sled? These Paradise Michigan snowmobile rental outlets have you covered. Visit their webpages below or give them a call to reserve your ride today!
A-1 Paradise Snowmobile Rental: