Snowshoeing in Marquette, MI
Harlow Lake Area
Whether you’re looking to snowshoe ski-set supine tracks, or hilly backcountry terrain, this six-mile scenic trail is the perfect spot for a leisurely afternoon walk in the woods.
Pro-tip: If you are not familiar with the Harlow Lake Area, we do recommend packing a GPS or compass.
If you can walk you can snowshoe. It doesn’t matter if you’re 5 years old or 50, snowshoeing is one of the easiest ways to get outside in the winter and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan has no shortage of places to explore. There are frozen waterfalls, quiet wooded areas, and the moon-like frozen shores of Lake Superior to keep you busy.
The Noquemanon Cross Country Ski Trail in Marquette is a 50K system with point to point and loop features including a range of difficulty from beginner to expert for both skate and classic. Ski and snowshoe rentals available at the Forestville Trailhead. Includes dog friendly loops!
MARQUETTE RECREATIONAL TOURS
Our mission is to customize tours for individuals and groups according to abilities, time constraints, and seasons. We welcome outdoors adventurers and, of course, also families with children of all ages, senior citizens, and individuals with any kind of disability.
514 N. Third St. Marquette, MI 49855