Worth the trip.
Have you ever thought about hopping on US 41 and heading North until it ends? Is a trip to Upper Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula worth the time, the gas, the effort?
The Copper Country Trail brochure will lay those doubts to rest. From a mansion with elephant skin wallpaper (yes, it's real) to a mine tour two miles underground, you may find more adventure than you bargained for. The brochure Lauren designed is littered with stunning photos captured by Matt and Kaisa as they traipsed from sandy beaches to historic sandstone architecture to towering timbers. Get a glimpse here:
The MONTE team designed and built the Copper Country Trail website to highlight each unique byway destination. The interactive map and grid of photos—one for each destination—provide an intuitive and fun website user experience.
Photography from every angle
Matt and Kaisa pulled out all the stops to capture the Copper Country Trail Byway destinations. Using a combination of traditional photography and aerial drone photography and video, the destinations are brought to life—often from unexpected angles and perspectives.
SAY MORE WITH VIDEO
Matt and Kaisa upped their multi-tasking game as they shot video and photos at several key destinations. Back in the office, Kaisa pieced them together and topped them off with peppy music and an animated map intro. We dare you to watch them all... you'll be planning a visit to the UP before you can say "ya, eh?"