Michigan Tech Seasonal Timeline

One of the many Michigan Tech icons is the environment, more specifically, our wonderful (and extreme) winters!

Within this blog we’ll be creating a visual timeline of the Houghton area’s color change, from fall through winter, with help from the Michigan Tech Webcams.

Check back here every Monday to see updates.  Click on any image for full size.

               College Avenue                               Mid-Campus                                      Mont Ripley

  Monday, August 26th

 Monday, September 2nd

Monday, September 9th


Monday, September 16th

Monday, September 23rd


Monday, September 30th

Monday, October 7th


Monday, October 14th

 Monday, October 21st


Monday, October 28th

Monday, November 4th

Monday, November 11th

Monday, November 18th

Monday, November 25th

Monday, December 2nd

5 Comments on "Michigan Tech Seasonal Timeline"

  • Jeffrey Bolthouse
    September 12, 2019 at 12:04 am

    Thanks for the wonderful photos. But they did not show up as ‘jpeg’ when I tried to save them.

  • Tammi Messersmith (Johnstone)
    October 2, 2019 at 2:36 pm

    I am so excited to stumble on this page! I have always wished I had taken a series of photos of Mt. Ripley when I was there back in the early 90s. Please continue this through the winter and spring! Thanks!

  • Diana Stark
    November 6, 2019 at 7:01 am

    Thank you for capturing the most beautiful season in one of my favorite places on Earth. Spectacular!!

  • Jim McDonald
    December 11, 2019 at 8:39 am

    This is an awesome idea. Brings back memories and something I will look at frequently. Jim CHE 1973

  • Helm Wilden
    December 13, 2019 at 11:29 am

    Those pictures of Mt. Ripley remind me of my first ski adventure in 1961 or 1962. My first roommate Jim Bregi (wonder where he is now) walked over from campus, skied and walked back. While crossing the bridge one of the bank’s thermometers read -17 degrees. Yes, that’s a minus sign. What the heck were we doing. Class of 1965.

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