Brockway Mountain Scenic Drive
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Brockway Mountain

Brockway Mountain, Copper Harbor, MI 49918

Brockway Mountain located off of M-26 between Eagle Harbor and Copper Harbor is a 9.5 mile drive that is frequently listed as one of the top scenic drives in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The drive was named after a pioneer resident of the area and was constructed as part of the efforts of the Keweenaw Road Commission to decrease the unemployment rates. It was constructed in 1933, around the same time as the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge. Brockway Mountain Drive is recognized as the highest above sea-level roadway between the Rockies and the Alleghenies. With picturesque views of Lake Superior and inland lakes it is a frequent viewing point of the Northern Lights.

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