Congratulations to all participants!

Save the date for the 25th annual Noquemanon Ski Marathon: January 27th-28th, 2023!

Complete results from Superior Timing can be found HERE. Thank you to everyone who came out to ski, support, or volunteer on a brisk windy day in the UP!

As a reminder – due to the need to cancel the awards ceremony all awards (overall and age group) will be mailed to the winners. Please reference the individual race pages or the race bulletin for the age groups. (Please allow for 3-4 weeks for us to complete this for you).  And…stay tuned for our annual raffle prize awards!

Save the date for the 25th edition of the Noquemanon Ski Marathon January 27th-28th 2023!

To download the complete race bulletin for 2022 click HERE

To view the most recent race newsletter click HERE

To view all past race newsletters click HERE

If you are a Virtual Noquemanon participant please upload your time HERE by end of day February 5th 2022.

Re-live the 2022 event with the recap video below from FloLine Media:


2022 Results can be found at


Looking for more Noquemanon videos?  Check out the 2019 and 2020 event recaps.

The Noquemanon Ski Marathon is an event of the Noquemanon Trail Network – a non profit organization.  The mission of the “NTN” is to develop and maintain an interconnected, year-round, non-motorized trail network in the central Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  To learn more about the NTN, and to become a member and trail supporter, visit




Trail Report

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For you weather watchers, here is an early Noquemanon Ski Marathon weather report from our partners at the National Weather Service in Marquette: Early indications suggest weather won’t play a huge role in this weekend’s races.  After today’s couple inches of snow, it looks like prospects of any additional significant snow this week are low…just […]

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Course conditions continue to look pretty good out there! There is less snow pack as you enter the Marquette city limits but we currently have adequate coverage there as well. The really good news is that we wont be loosing any snow this week as temperatures will remain below freezing. In fact, we should even […]

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The last snows that arrived to our area dumped near 30 inches of snow in the higher elevations and pretty significant snows in the city limits as well.  Things seem to be in pretty great shape at this point in time!  Trail work is beginning in those areas in preparation for grooming and the entry […]

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Trail Stats

Total Distance
Elevation Change
1643 ft
2242 ft
- 3088 ft
1144 ft
- 846 ft
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