Full Circle Superior


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Full Circle Superior: Minnesota Home Stretch

Mike Link & Kate Crowley complete the last leg of their long, glorious journey around Lake Superior. Read more

Jan 18, 2011 2:00 PM Superior Notes

Full Circle Superior: Rocks, Cliffs & Cairns – Traversing the Ontario Shore

Mike Link and Kate Crowley complete the Ontario portion of their walk around Lake Superior. Read more

Nov 10, 2010 4:09 AM Superior Notes

Full Circle Superior: Strolling Along the U.P.

Kate Crowley and Mike Link's journey takes them along the shore of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Read more

Sep 15, 2010 8:34 AM Superior Notes


Mike Link

Full Circle Superior: First Steps, Minnesota Point to along the Wisconsin Shore

Kate and Mike take their trek across Northern Wisconsin as they continue to walk around Lake Superior. Read more

Jul 10, 2010 1:44 PM Superior Notes

Mike Link and Kate Crowley

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Mike Link and Kate Crowley posted a video on YouTube of Dancing in the Rain while on their walk around Lake Superior. Read more

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Full Circle Superior: Why Lake Superior?

What's the goal of the Full Circle Superior walk around Lake Superior? Read more

May 12, 2010 9:57 PM Superior Notes

Full Circle Superior: Before the First Steps

How does one plan for a hike that will cover 1,800-plus miles and may take six months to complete? Read more

Mar 10, 2010 11:00 AM Superior Notes

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    Photo by Mike Link


    The author negotiates a submerged sandstone ledge on the Keweenaw Peninsula.

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    Photo by Kate Crowley


    Husband and hiking partner Mike Link finds that crossing the mouth of a river into the Lake can leave its mark.

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    Kate Crowley


    Sometimes the intrepid Full Circle Superior hikers must take to the roadways, but Mike Link puts on a happy face (despite the rain).

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    Mike Link and Kate Crowley are walking about 1,800 miles around Lake Superior to call attention to water issues as a way to help protect it for their grandchildren, here enjoying the Big Lake with Grandmother Kate.

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    Mike Link


    Kate Crowley, one of the authors, treks beside old pier posts in Wisconsin. Mike Link reported problems with his left-foot toes which compact in his shoe on steeply left-sloping shores in Michigan.

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