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North Country Trail - Marquette

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Trail Distance:

21 Miles

Trail Description:

North Country National Scenic Trail


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Hiking Adventures in Seven States

The North Country National Scenic Trail links scenic, natural, historic, and cultural areas in seven states.

When completed, through the efforts of many people, the trail will be the longest continuous hiking trail in the United States. The trail allows hikers to experience a variety of northern landscapes.

Come and experience your America, at a walking pace.

North Country Trail Volunteers

Volunteer

The North Country Trail is built and maintained primarily by volunteers. Volunteers are continually developing new trail segments, improving existing segments and obtaining landowners permission for the trail to cross their land.

For information on how you can become involved in volunteer activities for the North Country Trail please contact:

North Country Trail Association
229 E. Main St.
Lowell Michigan 49331
1-866-445-3628

Climate

The North Country Trail passes through seven, mostly northern states. Winters can be extremely cold with a great deal of snow. Summers are mostly moderate, with occasional periods of hot weather. Check with local weather sources for better information

Information courtesy of the National Park Service

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