Copper Harbor, Keweenaw County
Hiking Trails | Snowshoeing Trails
Along the shoreline a rocky ridge creates a barrier for inland species and slower growing plants. Just inland from the rock beaches, forest thrives in this cool, moist climate. Balsam fir, white cedar, white spruce and white birch provide habitat for the black bear, snowshoe hare, peregrine falcon, ruffed grouse, golden-crown kinglet, black throated green warbler and yellow rumped warbler. Hiking boots are definitely recommended for walking the trails and shoreline of this preserve.