Poster announcing Save the Wild U.P.'s Guided Hike to Pinnacle Falls courtesy Save theWild U.P.
MARQUETTE -- Save the Wild U.P. (SWUP) will sponsor a a guided hike to Pinnacle Falls near Big Bay at 12:30 p.m. this Wednesday, June 18. Experts Cynthia Pryor and Lon and Lynn Emerick will lead the way and will discuss the unique ecology and history of this special place -- including Keewaydinoquay, the naming of the Yellow Dog River, and risks brought by sulfide mining just upstream.
Pack your own lunch for a group picnic at the falls. RSVP required! Meet up: Big Bay Outfitters, Big Bay at 12:30 p.m. before group leaders head to the Yellow Dog Plains. Plan to arrive early! Save your spot today by emailing RSVP@savethewildup.org or by calling (906) 662-9987.
Hikers will have the opportunity to meet SWUP's new Outreach Coordinator, Northern Michigan University alumna Alexandra Maxwell. A lover of the wild lands and lakes of the Upper Peninsula, Alex is leading the group's summer outreach efforts -- and she’d love your help!
Whatever your time or talent, get in touch today to help save the wild U.P. by writing Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org.