Features no trail fee with a donation box at trail head. Blueberry Ridge Trail is groomed regularly for diagonal and skating stride. Diagonal skiing only on Crossroads, Husky, and Spartan. Diagonal and skating allowed on Wolverine, Superior, and Wildcat.
The Blueberry Ridge Pathway is a popular cross-country ski trail in the Marquette area. This trail is manged by the DNR and consists of 12 miles (21 km) of regularly groomed trails. There are seven loops of varying difficulty. Some of the loops are groomed for diagonal and/or skate stride. This trail also featrues a 1.7 mile lighted loop.
A Recreation Passport is required. There are self-registration envelopes available on location so if you not have a Recreation Passport or Out-of-State Permit, one can be purchased through the self-registration process. The permit will then be mailed to you. Click here for more information on the Recreational Passport.
The Blueberry Ridge Ski Trail is located about 6 miles S of Marquette on Co Rd 553, at the corner of Co Rd 553 & Co Rd 480. Parking on east side of Co Rd 553