Michigan Highway 35 is a north-south highway in the Upper Peninsula, from Menomonie to Escanaba to Negaunee. The southern half of the route is a faster alternative to US Route 41 that follows the northwestern shore of Lake Michigan. The northern half, north of Escanaba and Gladstone, is an interior route through mining areas that's slower than US Route 41. While the southern half parallels US Route 41 to the east, the northern half parallels US Route 41 to the west. The southern end splits from US Route 41 in Menomonie. The northern end is on the eastern end of Negaunee, just west of Marquette, at another portion of US Route 41 that's duplexed with Michigan Highway 28.
My photo of Michigan Highway 35 is just south of the northern end, near Negaunee. As Michigan Highway 35 heads northerly, it deals with a slight jog to the west at County Road 492. This is about a mile south of the northern endpoint at US Route 41 and Michigan Highway 28. The signage shown in the photo is the northbound reassurance marker for travelers leaving the junction going northbound. This photo was taken at the end of July 2022, as I was heading across the Upper Peninsula.
Here are a few more pictures of Michigan Highway 35:
The northern end of Michigan 35 at Michigan 28 and US Route 41 near Negaunee.
Michigan 35 along Lake Michigan, near Cedar River.