Written by admin on May 6, 2015
The Noquemanon Trail Network will host their Annual Meeting at Lakeview Arena Citizen’s Forum Room on Wednesdat, May 20, 2015, at 6:30pm.
The (NTN) Noquemanon Trail Network is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to the acquisition and preservation of non motorized trails. The primary users of the trails include: cross country skiers, mountain bikers, runners, hikers, equestrians and paddlers. The member supported network receives no governmental support and relies on memberships and charitable donations to do it work.
Written by admin on April 16, 2015
Easement on Plum Creek land ensures permanent recreation access for thousands of residents and visitors
The Noquemanon Trail Network (NTN) today announced that it has purchased nearly 10 miles of silent sports trail easements plus a 40-acre parcel of land in Marquette County from Plum Creek Timber Company, thanks to funding awarded by the Eagle Mine Community Fund.
The 40-acre fee purchase, which surrounds the County Road 510 Trailhead, connects the trail easements including the Ore to Shore route and a bypass trail
Written by admin on April 7, 2015
We believe fresh potable water is essential for the health of our members and visitors and the future growth of the Network. Adequate water to drink and operate bathroom facilities is undeniably important. A water storage system that is professionally designed would ease the pressure on our well during peak activities.
A water well was drilled at the Forestville facility using all of the currently available technology in 2011. Unfortunately, after more than $14,000 of expense, the maximum flow achieved was
Written by admin on March 31, 2015
Sharing to all those people out there that help make the NTN trails what they are today. Thank you also to the biker that sent this great letter. It is not every day you get a letter like this.
Written by admin on March 12, 2015
The NTN Events Committee is actively seeking someone that could assist in managing its equipment inventory. The main events are the Noquemanon Ski Marathon, Ore To Shore Mountain Bike Epic, Marquette Marathon, Marquette Trails Fest and the Marquette Ultra 50. The job requires checking equipment in and out, and making sure it is in good working order. Expectation of time is 1-2 hours per event plus another 4-5 hours throughout the year when equipment is rented out. Please call
Written by admin on November 10, 2014
The NTN office is busting with leftover single track clothing–let us know if you’d like one of the listed items!
Black button up with green NTN logo — (small medium and large)
orange t shirt with NTN logo — (small and medium)
Men’s grey t with NTN logo — (small medium large and extra large)
Women’s grey t with NTN logo — (medium and extra large)
Womens white longsleeve t with green NTN logo (large and extra large)
Written by admin on November 3, 2014
With snow in the forecast its time to do our “year in review” photo blast of the past. See Facebook page for the photos, this was too good not to add to the website)
It has been a great year filled with amazing projects! Here are some of them (not in order) :
Huge Carp river valley clean-up.
Annual spring trail clean-up
The annual “Dirt-ball” fun-raiser.
Carp bridge install (annual).
Carpe Eh Diem xc.
New DS course.
Marquette Trail Fest.
Many FR upgrades.
1 over under xc/fr
Written by admin on October 31, 2014
What do you think of when the Noquemanon Trail Network is mentioned? Snow? Ski Marathon? Winter? Well, it’s not just a winter organization anymore.
Although some of us called the summer of 2014 the “summer that wasn’t”, the mountain biking team of the NTN was hard at work in the forests around Marquette. A new trail was built near the Carp River in the South Trails System, aptly named “Carp-EH-diem”. In the northern section, near the Board of Light and Power
Written by admin on October 23, 2014
Two Noquemanon Trail Network Work Bees to choose from:
NTN Single Track
We are quickly (and sadly) approaching the end of “fall” With this comes the need to clean up the trails so we can ride (no, rip) the trails right up to and into winter. We are scheduling a MASSIVE leaf clean up for this coming Wednesday the 22nd @ 5:00at the South Trail parking lot. Bring your rake.
If you cannot make it at 5, but still want to help, contact
Written by admin on October 17, 2014
Michigan Municipal League workshop on “Trail Towns as Recreation Destinations” Lunch at Elizabeth’s Chop House with an information Powerpoint from LIAA, tour of South Trailhead and Grom, stopped at the Tourist Park Trailhead to end a great afternoon. Thanks to all that helped make it one of the best tours of the day.
More information on Trail Towns in Michigan go to www.LIAA.org.