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We are in collaboration with many organizations in the area


This is a totally volunteer organization who maintain the ski trails of Flathorn Gegoka.  They do important services for recreation on the lake and we support them.  
Get Involved by going to their Friends Website:
or contact Jin and Deb at
29 km of classic cross country trails nestled in the beautiful conifers of Superior National Forest in northeastern Minnesota
What Makes Flathorn-Gegoka Ski Trails Special?
"I love these trail because the snow is deep and the scenery is truly special"
"I come back every year to ski the Big Pines"
"Around every bend is another winter wonderland"
"Beginning skiers will feel at home but you can find some hills for those who want some fun"
“Groomed classic ski trails. Excellent snow and lots of it. Breathtaking views.”


The mission of Friends of Flathorn-Gegoka Trails is to maintain, protect, and promote the Flathorn-Gegoka Trails for year-round silent sports for the enjoyment of the beautiful boreal forest by all.
Located in the boreal forest near Isabella, Minnesota, we are committed to preserving FFGT’s backcountry, wilderness experience for cross country skiing, bicycling, hiking, birding, star-gazing, or just reveling in the beauty of the forest. We welcome outdoor enthusiasts to nearly 20 miles of groomed trails that wind through old growth stands of pine, fir, aspen, and birch; cross tamarack bogs; and skirt wilderness lakes and streams.
Formed in 2021, the FFGT organization is managed and supported by a group of hard-working and nature-loving volunteers who appreciate this unique and beautiful area and are dedicated to silent sports. We welcome new members! Join us by clicking here.
We are thankful to the following organizations who have partnered with FFGT, donating their time or financial support:
· Minnesota Cross-country Ski Trails Grants-in-Aid Program
· U.S. Forest Service – Superior National Forest
· Lake County
· MN DNR Two Harbors Area Parks and Trails
· Superior National Forest Lake Homes Association
We are pleased to announce that "Friends of Flathorn Gegoka Trails" has received nonprofit status as a 501(c)(3) organization. You can view the letter here. FFGT is a State of Minnesota non-profit 317A. You can donate to FFGT by using our Donate page.
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Events Coming Up
Midwest Mountaineering Expo….November 18-20th…WANT TO HELP?
FFGT will be participating in the annual Midwest Mountaineering Expo in Minneapolis as one way to promote the FG trails.  We will need some FFGT members who want to help out with the weekend, either in planning it, or helping “person the FFGT display.”  To find out more or to help as a volunteer for a few hours over the weekend, Contact Jin and Deb Baik,
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