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Volunteer

We need you and your skills! Find out how you can start volunteering with the North Country Trail Association.

Take Action

Urge your Senators to get S.363, the NCT route adjustment legislation, moving in the Senate. The companion bill in the House has been passed. This is the last piece of the puzzle to get this done in this session of Congress, and the clock is running out.

About Us

Learn more about us and join our community of trail lovers.

Volunteer Resource Center

Check out our complete listing of volunteer resources and training, including the Chapter Leadership Handbook.

Hike 50 & Hike 100 Challenges

Join us for the Hike 50 and Hike 100 Challenges in 2018. Hike 50 or 100 miles and earn a special patch!

National Trails System Act: 50 Years

 2018 marks 50 years since the installment of the National Trails System Act. Join us in celebrating its golden anniversary!

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New Maps: Wisconsin

We’re excited to announce the next release in our new map series: the North Country Trail in Wisconsin. Coming in at just over 209 miles, this section of NCT traverses large tracts of northern forests and world-famous rivers. This is pure, iconic North Country! The map set for Western Wisconsin is the first official map release for the […]

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Minnesota NCT Guidebook Release

Written by Matthew Davis, North Country Trail Association Minnesota hikers and nature enthusiasts now have a comprehensive, up-to-date guidebook for the *860 miles of North Country National Scenic Trail that cross the state from the Red River Valley to Lake Superior. The Guide to Hiking the North Country Trail in Minnesota: Across Prairies, the North Woods, and […]

Lacie Tryan, Next Generation Coalition member from Michigan.

Meet Lacie Tryan: Next Generation Coalition Member

Lacie Tryan, Next Generation Coalition member from Michigan. Any fond memories or exciting trail stories you have experienced? “This year, my boyfriend and I hiked the North Country Trail section near the Manistee River in Michigan. Our hike started at Red Bridge River Access, hiking north. We anticipated going the nine miles to reach the suspension bridge – Lower […]