North Country National Scenic Trail

The North Country Trail is the most extensive National Scenic Trail in the United States, spanning 4,600 miles across the nation. Established in 1981, The North Country Trail Association collaborated with the National Park Service to make the NCT possible.

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Top 5 Winter Hiking Trails

Here in Marquette County, we take hiking seriously year-round. Every season has something specific and special to offer. So what do we have in the winter that the rest of the Midwest is missing? Unparalleled snowfall. Whether you’re hiking to

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Five Marquette County Hikes

Marquette County has one of the best singletrack trail systems in the continental United States, full stop. There simply aren’t many better places to get out into the woods on your skis, snowshoes, or bike.

Of course, singletrack trails are also good

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Marquette Trails Fest

The 2nd annual Marquette Trails Fest is taking over Marquette — or at least Marquette Mountain, the festival’s operations center and the starting point for its bike races — on June 26-28. It’s the latest in a long line of

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Iron Ore Heritage Trail

The Iron Ore Heritage Trail is a 48-mile, multi-use, year round trail that connects communities and people to the region’s historic sites and human stories. Through a multitude of interpretation methods, we share the story of the Marquette Iron Range and

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Hiking and Biking in Marquette County

The Noquemanon Trail Network creates a community with trails leading from schools, downtowns, and neighborhoods to each other and out into our beautiful wilderness areas. The network is an important asset to the health of our residents and economy. Their mission

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Harlow Lake

With four incredible vistas — Hogback, Top of the World, Sugarloaf, and Bareback — the Harlow Lake area offers the best Lake Superior overlooks in the county. Put on your running shoes, hiking boots, snow shoes or skis and hit

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