Nordic Ski Trails

Nordic Ski Trails

The Noquemanon Cross Country Ski Trail in Marquette, Michigan is a 50K system with point to point and loop features including a range of difficulty from beginner to expert. New to Cross-Country Skiing? Its Easy to Try, Rentals & Day Passes available at Forestville Trail Head.

The NTN Singletrack System

The NTN Singletrack System

The singletrack system has received national acclaim as a premier mountain bike destination in several publications including Bike Magazine, Silent Sports Magazine and others. As of August 2014 the NTN Singletrack trails have received EPIC Trail Status from the International Mountain Biking Association. One of two in Michigan and 16 nation wide.

Skijoring

Skijoring

Skijoring requires as little as a single dog, a pair of skis, a harness, a belt and a line. What’s the big deal? A fast skijoring team can easily top 20 miles per hour and travel a mile in just 3 minutes.

Forestville 2016

Forestville 2016

Forestville is back for year two! 8 breweries, 11 bands, Thousands of trees. Billions of stars. 5 drink tokens included with each General Admission Ticket. Get ready for a day full of great craft beer, live music, food vendors all in the beautiful woods of the Upper Peninsula. For our second year we are increasing our admission, increasing beer, increasing camping, and increasing food!

 

About the NTN

Our mission is to develop and maintain an interconnected, year round, non-motorized land and water trail network in the central Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

We invite you to join us as members so that we can continue our mission of preserving quiet spaces for us to recreate whether that be hiking, trail running, horseback riding, mountain biking, cross country skiing, observing nature, and snowshoeing.

Learn about our nordic ski trails here.

Learn about our Singletrack trails here.

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