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 of Michigan. Find out more by visiting the Noquemanon Trail Network website.

For a reservation or questions please call (906) 228-5447 or visit the website. There is nothing more exhilarating than spending a day or even a few days on the trails of this exciting land.


Trail Range: Based in Marquette, the North Country Trail Hikers (NCTH) is responsible for developing, maintaining, protecting and promoting the North Country National Scenic Trail (NCNST) in western Alger County beginning at Rock River Road, traveling west through Marquette County including the City of Marquette along the shore of Lake Superior, and ending in eastern Baraga County at the Long Lake outlet west of Craig Lake State Park.

See our Trail Segments page for detailed information about the trail in our area, including driving directions to trail-heads and maps.

Hiking and Biking:

The Iron Ore Heritage Trail is a 48-mile, multi-use, year round trail that connects communities and
people to the regions historic sites and human stories. A multitude of interpretation methods share the story of the Marquette Iron Range and our 160+ years of mining ore that changed the landscape of Marquette County and the United States. Read more at www.ironoreheritage.com.