The Leelanau Trail is a non-motorized trail extending 15 miles, roughly north and south. The trail follows along part of the east side of the Leelanau Peninsula, from Suttons Bay to Traverse City. It follows the early 20th-century railroad beds of what came to be know as the Leelanau Transit Company.
While hiking the Leelanau Trail you can enjoy stunning views of the Grand Traverse Bay’s Western Arm, Lake Leelanau, and Suttons Bay. Plus, the fabric-like, undulating hills of the Leelanau Peninsula can satisfy any scenery-starved eye.
For more information on the Leelanau Trail, you can visit this site.
Cool things to do: bike, roller blade, run, walk.