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M-22 & M-109 junction route signage in Glen Arbor, Michigan

Lake Huron Circle Tour

Lake Huron Circle Tour route markerThe Lake Huron Circle Tour (LHCT) is one of four Great Lakes Circle Tours, each of which run through portions of Michigan. What sets the LHCT apart, though, is this route is the only one touching just two jurisdictions—Michigan and Ontario. The LHCT was officially designated soon after the debut of the Lake Michigan and Lake Superior Circle Tours. It joins the LMCT as one of the two which traverse both of Michigan's peninsulas as well as crossing the Mackinac Bridge.

Lake Huron Circle Tour Route

In Michigan, the mainline of the LHCT follows signed state trunkline routes in its entirety, although in some places the nearest state highway to the Lake Huron may be several miles away. This route listing lists the official route as well as any locally-designated and marked "Lake Huron Circle Tour Loops," which are generally posted with brown signs. These loop routes are detailed below the mainline route below:

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Lake Huron Circle Tour Loop Route

Lake Huron Circle Tour Loop route markerLake Huron Circle Tour - Loop Route (De Tour Village)

A locally-designated loop route which helps circle tour motorists navigate into and through the off-route community of De Tour Village, the jumping-off point for the ferry to Drummond Island. As with all Loop Routes, this route is designated with white-on-brown circle tour signs, using the same LHCT "logo." The route:

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