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Crews finish their hard work to restore the Kekekabic Trail

  Recently, a significant downfall was cut from across the Kekekabic Trail, an unofficial portion of the NCNST within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in northeastern MN. It was the last tree that fell across the western 15 miles of the Kek during last summer’s very strong windstorms to be cut.  These storms left […]

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A New Hiker Oasis is Coming – Skyline Camp

Photos and story by Duane Lawton, Jordan Valley 45o Chapter, Michigan Near Petoskey, Michigan the NCT passes through the City of Petoskey’s Skyline Natural Area.  There is a short spur trail with a viewing platform where westbound thru-hikers get their first glimpse of Lake Michigan.  In addition, working with local landowners Doug and Pam Boor, a […]

Why I Volunteer: Jerry’s Waterfall Adventure

The North Country Trail Association has an incredible roster of volunteers who build and maintain the North Country National Scenic Trail. Each volunteer has a story of “why” they got involved. Here’s Jerry’s story about a unique location in North Dakota that he wanted to share with the world. That’s how he first got involved. What’s […]