There are a number of hiking trails that give a variety of views of the dunes. Some are well-maintained wooden walkways alongside the cliffs, others go through the shifting sands. The accompanying photos show several views from these walks. I apologize that I did not do a better job of recording the exact locations.
Pick up a self-guided tour map at the Visitor's Center and take the 7.4 mile driving tour which includes stops along the way for overlooks of Lake Michigan, Glen Lakes, and Sleeping Bear Dunes.
An easy 2.8 mile loop through sand dunes with views of Lake Michigan. $5 per person entrance fee or $10 per vehicle.
There are miles and miles of coastline within the Lakeshore. Pick a spot, any spot, and enjoy the experience.
The Sleeping Bear is best seen from the Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive. The bear itself is a dune on top of hte high dunes along the shore.
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