The Leelanau Trail officially extends more than 18 miles from Carter Road in the Greilickville area of Traverse City to Dumas Road on the north side of Suttons Bay. But for many, the trail is a 14-mile ride from the Cherry Bend Trailhead to the trailhead at First and Cedar Streets in Suttons Bay, where riders can park their bikes and walk to almost a dozen restaurants and cafes. After refueling and reviving, it’s less than a half mile to the BATA stop for the bus back to Traverse City for those who choose not to repeat the ride. Between Traverse City and Sutton's Bay, the Leelanau Trail is a fully paved, off-road path, winding past picturesque farms and orchards loaded with apples and cherries, forests, lakes and ponds, and more than a dozen vineyards and cider houses, all with tasting rooms. The scenery, easy terrain and, yes, the many vineyards along the way, make Leelanau Trail one of the favorite bike rides in the Grand Traverse area from spring through fall. In the winter a portion of it is groomed for cross country skiing. This map, produced by MichiganTrailMaps.com, includes: --Coverage of the complete Leelanau Trail plus the surrounding country roads that can be added on for an extended cycling adventure --Amenities icons for trailheads, BATA Park-And-Ride bus stops, vineyards and natural areas along the way that make for delightful rest areas --The mileage posts from Traverse City to Sutton's Bay Along with photos, you can get a mile-by-mile description of the trail from MichiganTrailMaps.com at: https://www.michigantrailmaps.com/member-detail/leelanau-trail/?expanded=images
Price: $ 2.99 USD
Category: Parks & Forests
Activities: Hiking, Offroading, Cycling, Skiing
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