Don’t Miss These 5 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 for a simpler use, one that doesn’t even require specialized equipment aside from a pair of sturdy shoes. Yep,… Read More

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 bike-friendly outdoor festivals, like Superior Bike Festival and Bike Jam, in our neck of the woods. “Though other festivals have come… Read More
Photo by Aaron Peterson

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 is to develop and maintain an interconnected, year round, non-motorized land and water trail network in the central Upper Peninsula… Read More

Harlow Lake

Includes: a trip around the park and a view of it’s beauty. View trails on Trail Genius!
North Trails

North Trails

Includes: a trip around the park and a view of its beauty. View trails on Trail Genius!
MQT Bike Path

Marquette Bike Path

Includes: North to Presque Isle, South to the Welcome Center and Harvey. View trails on Trail Genius!
Iron Ore Heritage Trails

Iron Ore Heritage Trails

Includes: Harvey to Pellet Pavilion, Michigan Iron Industry Museum, Neguanee and Jackson Miners’ Park. View trails on Trail Genius!
South Trails

South Trails

Includes: Grom loop, Pioneer loop, Morgan Creek loop and Mount Marquette. View trails on Trail Genius!