• RAMBA (Range Area Mountain Bike Association)

      Ride miles of trail in Marquette County’s West End, built over the decades by grassroots trail organization RAMBA (Range Area Mountain Bike Club). The system is a Bronze Level IMBA Ride Center, with trailheads throughout the Iron Range. Join the club for its famous Wednesday night group rides through Chapper’s Pub in Negaunee.

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    • Noquemanon Trail Network (NTN)

      Most people know these trails as the “South Trails” or “North Trails”. The NTN trail system is build with all rider styles and skills in mind, flow, technical, jump, freeride, DH, dual slalom and kids/beginners. The singletrack system has received national acclaim as a premier mountain bike destination in several publications including Bike Magazine, Singletracks, Freehub, Dirtrag, MTBR, Silent Sports Magazine and others. As of August 2014 the NTN Singletrack trails have received EPIC Trail Status from the International Mountain Biking Association.  One of two in Michigan and 16 nation wide.

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    • Harlow Lake Area

      With four incredible vistas — Hogback, Top of the World, Sugarloaf, and Bareback — the Harlow Lake area offers some of the most difficult technical riding in the Midwest.  Although, there are some beginner to intermediate trails most are built on rock outcrops with punchy technical climbs and rocky steep downhills.

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    • Presque Isle Loop

      This 10-mile trail is easy to intermediate, and takes you along the water to beautiful Presque Isle Park, looping back around the city. It is increasingly becoming a popular place for biking among the Marquette community.

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    • Big Bay 550 Route

      Starting in town and following Big Bay Road (550) all the way to Lake Independence or go the extra mile to hit Lake Superior. This one-way route offers a full 25.6 miles and gorgeous views. Perkins Park also offers restrooms, swimming access, and picnic areas. Distance: 25.6 Miles Difficulty: Intermediate/Expert

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    • Iron Ore Heritage Trail

      This 47-mile multi-use trail crosses the Marquette Iron Range, offering a variety of geography. Enjoy the Lake Superior shoreline, historic and urban area (it passes through 3 towns), wetlands, and forests.    

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