About Our Singletrack Trails

The NTN Singletrack trail system is a network of trails in Marquette designed for non-motorized recreational use. Parts of the trail system have been around for 20 or more years, but new trails are constantly being built using sustainable guidelines for design and construction. The system can be accessed directly from town, at a number of locations along the Iron Ore Heritage Trail or at main trailhead locations.Fallbike

The singletrack system has received national acclaim as a premier mountain bike destination in several publications including Bike Magazine, Silent Sports Magazine and others. In 2014, the NTN Singletrack trails were awarded status as an International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) Ride Center.  One of two in Michigan.

Printed maps are available at all the local bike shops.

The NTN Singletrack Committee Goals:

  • Complete trail head funding project: Pavilion, parking lot, bathrooms
  • Enhance Marquette’s reputation as the “Fat Tire/ Snow Bike Capital of the World”
  • Construct new trails to achieve “100 miles of ST” by 2020
  • Improve trail mapping in cooperation with Travel Marquette.
  • Establish safe crossing north-south connection across US 41 through landowner negotiations
  • Circumnavigate the City of Marquette from the Carp River to the Dead River

Many trails are multipurpose so please respect all trail users.  Trail use contains inherent risk.  Use trails at your own risk.

New iPhone app at http://marquette.ifindtrail.com/

Thank you to our MAJOR sponsor

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