Michigan is home to some extraordinary sites and views, but that does bode an even bigger and broader question.

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Does Michigan have hills, or do we have mountains?

Hills Or Mountains? What's The Difference?

It's probably a very distinct difference that you can even answer. However, you probably should know that a hill, according to google, is an upland that reached a height of roughly 660ft. A mountain on the other hand, to be defined as such, as a piece of land that reaches a height of over 1000 feet.

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So Does Michigan Have Any Mountains?

Yes, in fact, Michigan does have a few locations where we have land defined as mountains. If you can guess it, Northern Michigan is home to most of our Michigan Mountains.

  • Sugarloaf Mountain - Located in Marquette Michigan, you can check out tons of great views, much like the view seen below.
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Nicole Geri via Unsplash
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  • Hogback Mountain - Also located within Marquette, Michigan, with tons of great views to overlook. Below is an image of the area in Marquette.
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Hans Isaacson via Unsplash
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  • Huron Mountains - One Of The Largest Mountain ranges here in the state of Michigan, you'll find tons to check out and view.
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Where Else Can You Check Out Michigan Mountains?

Michigan has more than just two Mountains, below is a list of Mountains that you should add to a list of summer or even winter activities.

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  • Summit Peak - Ontonagon, Michigan
  • Sugarloaf Mountian - Marquette, Michigan
  • Silver Mountains - Baraga, Michigan
  • Mount Avron - L'Anse, Michigan
  • Hogback Mountain - Marquette, Michigan
  • Huron Mountains - Around Marquette - Michigan

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The Scenic Beauty Of Northeast Michigan

Big Seven Travel has named the River Road National Scenic Byway as Michigan's "Most Scenic Drive" for 2021. It is a gorgeous stretch of road filled with forests, trails, scenic overlooks and runs parallel to the historic Au Sable River