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Fall/Winter Travel Guide Released | Company

From staff reports

LANSING – Not everyone may be ready to embrace the changing seasons.

But Pure Michigan is ready for the leaves to start turning and the snow to start falling.

The Free Fall/Winter 2022 Pure Michigan Travel Guide is available in print and digital formats, according to a release from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.

Hard copies of the guide are also available at 14 Michigan Department of Transportation Welcome Centers.

The fall/winter travel guide has separate sections and covers for each of the seasons.

The cover of the fall guide is a photo of the Kal-Haven trail in South Haven while the winter guide features Mount Bohemia in Mohawk on the Keweenaw Peninsula.

“Michigan’s tourism industry is a vital part of our growing economy, supporting jobs and small businesses in every region of our beautiful state, from western UP to southeast Michigan and across all major cities, towns and villages in between,” Governor Gretchen Whitmer said in A Release. “This year’s fall and winter travel guide is a great resource for learning more about Michigan, planning your next vacation, and staying on top of events across the great state over the coming months.”

The fall/winter travel guide also serves as a resource for the variety of options the state offers.

“The fall and winter seasons provide travelers with exceptional opportunities to experience Michigan’s vibrant outdoors, scenic communities, vibrant urban centers and spectacular hidden gems across Michigan,” said David Lorenz, vice president. -president of Travel Michigan, in the press release. “The Pure Michigan Fall and Winter Travel Guide of the Year will give you an overview of vacation destination options and seasonal activities, as well as introduce you to some of the vitally important small businesses that dot our state.”

In addition to ordering the fall/winter travel guide online, those who love the changing leaves can sign up for a weekly fall color update at michigan.org/fall.

The full digital guide can be accessed at https://tinyurl.com/2022MichTravelGuide.