Eat, Drink, Ski, Hike, Explore on These Northern Michigan Tours
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Eat, Drink, Ski, Hike, Explore on These Northern Michigan Tours

March 11


MyNorth is here to help you eat, drink, ski, hike, and explore Northern Michigan. An added bonus to Northern Michigan food and drink tours? Many offer opportunities for outdoor excursions either onsite or close by. One of the favorites included in a recent article is SIP Certified Shady Lane Cellars.

Eat, Drink & Explore Leelanau

At 17 miles long, the Leelanau Trail provides not only a non-motorized paved pathway between Suttons Bay and Traverse City, but also the chance to walk and bike to great food and drink destinations. A newer addition to this corridor: Farm Club, a gathering place “to celebrate land, honest food and community.” This farm, restaurant, brewery, bakery and marketplace is seven miles from downtown Traverse City and easily accessed by the Leelanau Trail. If you want to continue your self-guided Leelanau tour, travel five miles farther along the trail and watch for a wine barrel and small square sign featuring a wine glass. Take a right at the next intersection and you’ll be at Shady Lane Cellars. Sip a glass of wine or buy a bottle to go at the newly SIP Certified (Sustainability in Practice) winery, one of only two in Michigan.

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