Trail Use and Pass Information

Norpine Trail Pass Information

The ongoing success and operation of the Norpine Trail System depends upon you, and your willingness to participte. Use of the Norpine Trails requires a Minnesota Ski Pass.

First buy a Minnesota Ski Pass and second consider making a direct donation to the Norpine Trail System via PayPal.


Norpine Trails Usage Information

Cross Country Skiing (inline and skate)

Inline and skate cross county skiing have historically been the focus of the Norpine Trail Association. You can find specific trail locations on our Trail Maps page. Current conditions can be found on our Trails Report Page. Directions to trail heads can be found on our Directions Page.

Fat Tire Biking

Fat tire biking is allowed and encourage in specific locations on the Norpine Trails. You can find specific trail locations on our Trail Maps page. Current conditions can be found on our Trails Report Page. Directions to trail heads can be found on our Directions Page.

Skijoring

Skijoring is allowed and encourage in specific locations on the Norpine Trails. You can find specific trail locations on our Trail Maps page. Current conditions can be found on our Trails Report Page. Directions to trail heads can be found on our Directions Page.

Skijoring on the westbound connector from the snowmobile parking lot trailhead just west of cascade running out and back westbound toward spruce creek and the Hall loop intersection; this is a nice section with good scenery.

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