05 Apr Five Awesome Shots Sea Kayaking Lake Superior!
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 to this trail is the ability to paddle a loop and return to your point of origin without backtracking.
1) Agate Harbor Lava Flows
This may look like a Hawaii, but it’s actually a birds-eye-view of the lava flows, reefs and “arch rock” being explored on our Half Day Agate Harbor Paddle.
2) Sunset on Porter’s Island
Sunsets are always a special delight on the big lake… this one here captured by a customer on our 2.5 hour Porter’s Island Paddle.
3) Eagle Harbor Lighthouse
For lighthouse-lovers, both the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse (pictured here during our Full Day Eagle Harbor to Copper Harbor Paddle) and the Copper Harbor Lighthouse are fantastic sites right out of the history book!
4) Montreal Falls on Lake Superior
Taking a pit stop on at the foot of the Montreal Falls cascading into Lake Superior, our destination on the Full Day Bare Bluff Paddle.
5) Caves in Isle Royale
A kayaker explores an ancient coastal cave upon the largest island in the largest lake, Isle Royale National Park on our Multi-Day Isle Royale Tour.
Need a Tour Guide? – Our knowledgeable staff will guide you along uninhabited islands, lava flows & reefs, finger bays and sea caves!
How about a Surf’n’Turf Adventure? – Experience the best of both worlds, paddling and pedaling! Prepare your senses for uninhabited Lake Superior shoreline, mountain top vistas with panoramic views, scenic inland lakes, streams, rivers and waterfalls, towering cliffs, sugar sand beaches and the creatures who inhabit the woods and the Lake.
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