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2022 MI Shore to Shore: Comfort
May 12 @ 7:00 pm - May 15 @ 10:00 am$595
Join Discover 4×4 Adventures as we lead from the eastern sunrise on Lake Huron to the western sunset on Lake Michigan. This three-day trek begins in Oscoda Michigan with a sunrise gathering on Lake Huron and finishes with a beach sunset on Lake Michigan. Let us lead you across the state using the Michigan trail system as our main route. Enjoy relaxing evenings, a warm bed and shower each night. Any driver skill level and 4-wheel drive vehicle models are welcome.
Participants are responsible for their own food. Breakfast will be offered at each hotel. Lunch will be on the trail and dinner will be arranged at local restaurants in the areas we will be staying. All trail guiding and hotel arrangements will be included in registration.
All participants will receive one t-shirt and one patch per ticket purchased commemorating your successful trek. Additional shirts will be available for purchase.
Attendee is required to have Michigan ORV and trail stickers.
*Disclaimer: Trail damage to vehicle may be possible*
Disclaimer: The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the event organizers on this calendar do not reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Destination Oscoda. Attendance and participation are deemed at your own risk and anyone attending or taking part in the event must use good judgement, obey all laws and take reasonable care to avoid any injury to their person or property.