Mountains or Hills? Here Is What We Have In Michigan
Michigan is home to some extraordinary sites and views, but that does bode an even bigger and broader question.
Are you, ready?
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.
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.
- Hogback Mountain - Also located within Marquette, Michigan, with tons of great views to overlook. Below is an image of the area in Marquette.
- Huron Mountains - One Of The Largest Mountain ranges here in the state of Michigan, you'll find tons to check out and view.
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.
- 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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