Your Michigan Extremes of Elevation
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The highest elevated point in the State of Michigan is Mount Arvon, which is 1,979 square feet above sea level. The lowest point is found at the shores of Lake Erie, near Luna Pier at 571 sq. ft. above sea level. To drive from one point to the other if you traveled directly would be a journey of 548 Miles and would take 9 and a half hours to complete. This does not include potty stops and meal breaks.