Adventure Journal

PART ONE Written by Owner Sam Raymond What a long strange trip it’s been… while celebrating our 25th Anniversary this year, pretty wild to think it’s been 20-years since my first season at the helm of Keweenaw Adventure Company (KAC)! The journey, however, had began several years...

The winters are long up here in the Keweenaw Peninsula (and spring can sometimes feel like winter!). And if you’re like me, you’re looking to get out on the water as soon as the ice starts breaking up. However, due to the freezing cold water...

Bike Trail Safety Tips No brainer (if you have one) – wear a helmet. And if you’re the dare-devil type riding the serious gravity stuff, best to be wearing a full-face helmet. In fact, it is a good idea to armor up your whole body...

Copper Harbor is located on the Keweenaw Water Trail, which is located on a stretch of Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake and a world-class sea kayaking destination. The trail is an established route designed from a paddler’s perspective that facilitates the circumnavigation of the Keweenaw Peninsula.  Unique...

Ranked as an IMBA “Silver Level” Ride Center, our trails have a variety and quality of gateway, cross-country, flow and gravity trails – not to mention a mountain bike friendly community, complete with a bike shop and a brewpub! Copper Harbor’s 30-miles + of sweet singletrack...

For nearly two and a half decades, Keweenaw Adventure Company has been the hub for human-powered recreation and our guided Lake Superior Sea Kayak Tours are second to none. Known for our “legendary customer service,” our customer testimonials have continually ranked us with the highest...

By Staffer Ben Miller While I'm anxious for the summer months ahead, paddling Lake Superior and pedaling the Copper Harbor Trails, I'm also a winter fanatic and can't be outside enjoying our winter wonderland enough. Last weekend my family and I set out on a snowshoe...

2017 was yet another high profile season for the Copper Harbor Trails, and that’s an understatement. With a population of not even 100 year-round residents, it’s safe to say on behalf of Copper Harborites that such publicity for our tiny town is humbling and then...