The Peshekee River is a tributary of Lake Michigamme and flows through the Huron Mountains. The Peshenkee Grade ( county rd 607 ) runs along the rocky river. It was originally part of a failed railroad that ran through the Huron Mountains. It is a beautiful drive as it meanders along the river and crosses it at a few spots. The recently paved section of the road is a wonderful drive. The old pavement is probably the roughest paved road that I have ever driven down. I am assuming it is from all the heavy logging trucks hauling timber. Anyways, it is still worth a trip down this historic road and if you travel far enough you can find the Rock Cut for the old railroad. You can see my post for it HERE.
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