Autumn Escapade in Northern Michigan

Summer has come. By now, probably you’ve already achieved your perfect tan at the beautiful sands of Michigan beaches and plotting your adventure for the next season – fall.

Michigan is home to many tourist attractions. It is a place where you could satisfy your heart’s desire for any type of adventure or relaxation. Every part of this state is simply interesting in its own way as it cradles sought-after vistas and hubs for locals and travelers alike. All throughout the year, you won’t lack of places to visit as each and everyone of it exudes charm that makes it magical any time, any season of the year.

Enjoyable autumn adventure

Fall signals the transition of season from summer to winter. It signifies the breaking of the hot d.ays and it turning into longer and colder nights. But what is beautiful about the coming of the season is the breathtaking panorama and collage of colors it brings with it. Not only did once did autumn become a subject for visual arts like painting and photography due to the marvelous colors it brings. From the different shades of yellow, red, orange, purple, blue and browns, this seasons bring about the artistic nature out of every individual.

Michigan remains to be one of the best places to visit and get inspiration from whenever autumn comes. There is nothing better than watching the leaves fall down from the trees and highlight the grandeur of its landscapes than by doing it while taking a relaxing ride on your bicycles. Travel the length of the Old Mission Peninsula in Traverse City which is dubbed as Michigan’s “best bike ride” by the Bicycling Magazine. While you are at it, take time also to breathe the fresh country air as you stroll along beautiful homes with their charming contemporary garage doors.

How to feel more at one with nature than by exploring it, right? If you enjoy this kind of trip, North Michigan also has trails like The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore that shows off a trail surrounded by a mosaic of colors. It has even many picturesque areas that make it worth showing off on your social media sites. You could try and enhance your skill as a wine connoisseur by visiting several wineries for wine tasting at different places in Old Mission and Leelanau plateau.

Visiting lakes, rivers and beaches are not only “in” during summer. Doing this in fall is equally satisfying with just the right amount of heat that won’t make staying out too long uncomfortable. What is not relaxing about laying down and watching all the outstanding colors spread out in front of you? Or while paddling on your kayaks as you explore the likes of Spider lake? Then at the end of your day, you could just sit down at any cozy restaurants or coffee shops that run along the downtown Traverse City.