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The Nahma Grade Snowmobile Trail

Snowmobile Nahma Grade Trail

Trail Distance:

31 Miles


It is marked and groomed for your winter enjoyment. Connections can be made to other trails to increase your total ride. These trails are maintained jointly by the USDA Forest Service and the Michigan Department of Natural resources. Grooming of the trail is done by the Michigan DNR. Maps and regulations are available at the District Rangers Office or the Supervisor's Office of the Hiawatha National Forest. The trail head is on I-40 near County Road 509, 2 miles east of Rapid River, in Delta County. The first segment is 11 miles long and is located on a natural gas pipeline. It passes through lowlands, stands of jack pine, and sand flats. Near Forest Highway 13, the trail takes you north 20.3 miles to connect with the Baldy Lake Trail at County Road 440. Much of this segment uses the old abandoned logging railroad grades.

Information courtesy of USDA Forest Service.

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