North Trails Beauty

North Trails Beauty

Little Ripper on Grom Trail

Little Ripper on Grom Trail

Scouting Yellow Trail

Scouting Yellow Trail

Valley Spur Singletrack

Valley Spur Singletrack

Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

 

About the NTN

NTN’s mission is to secure, develop, maintain and promote the use of a non-motorized trail network throughout the Central Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

We invite you to join as a member so that we can continue to provide opportunities for recreation whether you enjoy hiking, trail running, mountain biking, cross country skiing, observing nature, or snowshoeing.

Become a member here.

To donate to the NTN, click here.

 

Click here for an update on the South Trails Network – Heartwood Forestland

 

Learn about our Nordic Ski Trails here.

Learn about our Snow Bike Trails here.

Learn about our Singletrack Trails here.

 

If you are a current Northern Michigan University student, welcome! The NTN  has a new partnership with NMU that provides you free access to the trails and also the ability to check out XC skis, snowshoes, and fat bikes for daily use at the NTN Forestville Trailhead. Snow bikes can also be checked out from the Fit Zone on NMU’s campus. Get outside and play on the NTN Trails!

 

 

Ready for an adventure you won’t find anywhere else in the Midwest? From the Northern Lights to culinary delights, Marquette County has you covered.  If you are coming to visit, head on over to Travel Marquette to plan your stay!

 

If you are looking for outdoor programs for the family, Marquette has you covered. From summer to winter there are a number of opportunities provided by local non-profit partner organizations. More info at their websites.

  • The 906 Adventure Team offers  after-school mountain bike clubs, summertime Adventure Bike Club, family night rides, and a high school race team.  Three annual events are hosted by 906 Adventure Team on the NTN Trails including the Polar Roll, HAMR, and Marji Gesick.
  • Start the Cycle is a cycling team program that introduces at-risk youth to a life full of success through winter fat tire and summer mountain biking. The volunteers and mentors provide the structure for participants to achieve goals and have a sense of belonging. The goal of the program is to complete the 906 Polar Roll Fat Tire Bike Race in February and the Ore 2 Shore Epic Mountain Bike Race in August.
  • The Superiorland Ski Club has a variety of youth and adult ski programs offered during the snow season.

 

To learn about our strategic initiatives, click here.

To view our 990, click here.

To view NTN bylaws, click here.

 

Contact us:

The NTN office is located at Lakeview Arena, 401 E. Fair Ave. in Marquette

For additional info, call 906-235-6861