|Name||Midland to Mackinac Pathway|
|Summary||The pathway weaves through a variety of forest types and land forms|
|Type||Day Hike - Out and Back|
|Distance (Total)||11.4 miles / 18.3 km|
|Hiking Season||- All Year Long|
|Things To See||- Woods|
|Rating||Trail has not been rated.|
|Nearby Town||Mio, Michigan, United States|
The Midland to Mackinac Pathway was originally set up by the Boy Scouts of America to simulate the original Mackinac Pathway, which was a migratory route used by the Chippewa Indians. The pathway weaves through a variety of forest types and land forms. It offers a vast number of scenic and recreational opportunities.
A parking area is available north of M-72 on Forest Road 4027 (ORV Trail) just past of where the pathway crosses M-72. This parking area is pproximately 4 miles west of Mio on M-72 or about 16 miles east of Grayling on M-72.
|Latitude||44.6109400178 degrees / 44° 36.656' / 44° 36' 39.38"|
|Longitude||-84.3812656403 degrees / -84° 22.876' / -84° 22' 52.56"|