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greenBlue North Country National Scenic Trail - Sheyenne National Grassland

Trail

31.1 mile 50.0 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 392' 119 m
Descent: -371' -113 m
High: 1,090' 332 m
Low: 1,028' 313 m

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Max Grade: 7% (4°)

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A flower-packed, cowpie'd section of the North Country National Scenic Trail through a few Sandy Hills.

Kevin Zavoral

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This section of the North Country National Scenic Trail is more wooded and hilly in the NE section, and things can get wet after a good soak south of Hwy 27. Overall, this is a fun and scenic section of trail.

Beat the sand factor by either powering through the stuff, or by going after a good rain, or when it's cooler out and the ground is a bit firmer.

Watch out for people on horse-back closer to the Oak Leaf Loop Trail, and be sure to leave the cattle gates as you find them.

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Jun 16, 2019
Arly Pear
Beautiful rolling hills with prairie grasses. First couple miles were sandy from horses pulverizing the soil, but it got better two miles in. 12.3mi — 2h 27m

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