“bare it all!”
Bare Bluff is a wonderfully scenic and highly exposed set of cliffs that rise abruptly from the waters of Lake Superior in Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula. Its remoteness and the lack of a reliable road leading anywhere near it are mainly responsible for its name not being one of the first things mentioned when talking to people about the Keweenaw. Located near Bete Grise, MI (that's BEY-duh-GREE) the Bluffs are one of many Michigan Nature Conservancy sites in the Keweenaw. Part of the massive Keweenaw Fault that forms the spine of the Keweenaw Peninsula, the cliffs rise roughly 500 feet from the surface of the lake and provide stellar views to the east towards the end of the peninsula, as well as south to the Huron Mountains and west towards Mt. Bohemia and Mt. Houghton. The relatively short hike to get there is well worth the incredible scenery available once you gain the top!
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