Sheyenne River Valley Chapter

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The Sheyenne River Valley Chapter is responsible for the NCT in Barnes and Ransom Counties in southeastern North Dakota between Fort Ransom and the north end of Lake Ashtabula.

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Trail Description

Chapter members hiking along Lake Ashtabula

Chapter members hiking along Lake Ashtabula

Members

The SRV Chapter has about 50 members who live primarily in the Valley City area but also hail from all over eastern and central North Dakota.  Some of the members are also involved in the Sheyenne River National Scenic Byway which parallels the NCT from Lake Ashtabula south to Lisbon.

Chapter Activities

Please join us!  The Sheyenne River Valley Chapter has volunteer opportunities for building, maintaining, promoting, and interpreting the Trail in our area.  We are currently building new trail segments on private land easements we’re acquiring. We host trail workdays and regular hikes and social events throughout the year.

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Get Connected:
email: srv@northcountrytrail.org
website: northcountrytrail.org/srv
membership: Join the North Country Trail Association

Updated – 12/2/2010 – Problems with this page? Contact: Matt Davis

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cheryl batson April 7, 2012 at 2:40 pm

What can you tell me about the Lake Ashtabula section of the NCT. I plan to hike it in July of this year but I am unsure what to expect. Will it be mostly quiet woods or noisy boaters near the lake or what? I am doing this backpack of 40 miles or so along Lake Ashtabula in memory of my grandmother who grew up in Valley City, ND and died this past Jan. I have looked at the links provided in your website but other then that, I am pretty clueless. I am a very experienced backpacker and usually backpack in remote locations. My last trip was the Nankoweap Trail in the Grand Canyon. I want to know if others would enjoy this trip in the MN Rovers club or whether I should just do this section on my own. –Cheryl Batson

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