Saint Ignace, the second-oldest city founded by Europeans in Michigan and the third oldest continuously inhabited city in the U.S. Inhabited by Native Americans, Europeans and rich in history, it is mostly known for its ferry service to Mackinac Island and as being home to Straits State Park. Furthermore, the Huron Boardwalk, a number of waterfront parks, the virgin beaches and the St. Ignace – Trout Lake Trail make St. Ignace a great vacation destination for all.
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Snowmobile in Gold Creek Snow Park, Wenatchee, Washington USA
Gold Creek is located at about an hour and a half away, southern from Wenatchee, next to Keechetus Lake. The snowmobile routes have an elevation gain of 2560 ft/780 m and parking space for 200 cars. The Snow park offers a trail system of 23 mi/37 km with sanitary facility at Kachess Campground and scenic view points.
The trails are also used from non motorized recreationists. The views from the mountain is breathtaking as soon as you get higher and higher. You drive through alpine scenery with huge pine trees and fun powder snow. During winder season, there is a Sno-Park permit required, which you can get from the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission.
Drivers should take water and snacks with them and be careful of the working crews that may be on the trails during the day to clear drifts or debris.
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