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Autumn color is in full splendor in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Upper Michigan

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Keweenaw, a tail of land jutting into Lake Superior, is the northernmost part of the Upper Peninsula, which means it is also probably the least-known and least-visited. In summer, it attracts sailors, kayakers, mountain bikers and hikers eager to enjoy its waters and hills. It’s also a jumping-off point for visitors to Isle Royale National Park, which can be reached by ferry or seaplane. But in mid-October, when my wife, Cyn, and I got there, the tourists were scarce, and the attractions uncrowded.

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