If you like to hike, Michigan has more than 4,000 miles of state-designated trails that wind through old-growth forests and lead to waterfalls, mountain tops, sparkling lakes, white sand dunes and even past skyscraping urban office towers.
The state has compiled a list of 10 of them.
North Country Trail
Sometimes referred to as the North County National Scenic Trail, it is about 4,800 miles long. It stretches across eight states, from Vermont to…