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Explore the Pembina Gorge on your ATV or dirt bike. The trail head is
located 1 mile north, 1 mile west, and ¼ mile north of the beautiful
Walhalla Country Club. While designed for the use of OHVs it is also
open to hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders. The trail is made
possible through the North Dakota Park and Recreation Department’s
partnerships with state agency and private landowners. An additional 12-mile loop is being planned as well as more traditional, non-motorized trail opportunities.
One area to tempt the nature lover with hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling is Tetrault Woods State Park. This 420 acre tract of an undeveloped wildlife setting is an adventure for the entire family. For more information contact the ND Forest Service
Tee off at the Walhalla Country Club, a scenic 9-hole grass green golf course located in the beautiful Pembina Hills. It is common to see a doe and her fawn grazing on the fairway, or a moose in the fields below. So if you lose your "ball" you will have no problem finding the natural beauty. The course is complete with modern club house, driving and pull carts are available for rent, two decks, and a screened-in-porch, complete restaurant, lounge and banquet facilities, open seven days a week for your convenience. The Walhalla Country Club provides accommodations for social events and business conferences.
The scenic vista (lookout) has an elevation of 1,155' above sea level. The Vista overlooks the beautiful Pembina River and the Pembina Hills. A beautiful site in the summer and fall, a dirt road for hiking, biking and horseback riding, following the road west will take you to the Tetrault Wood Overlook.
Winter is truly a phenomenon in north eastern North Dakota. Carved into the heavily wooded Pembina Gorge is an alpine ski area. Frost Fire is seven miles west of Walhalla on Highway 55 and has gained widespread popularity throughout North Dakota, Minnesota and Canada. The beautiful Pembina Gorge forms the impressive backdrop for Frost Fire.
On summer weekends, many visitors spend the day shopping in the area, golfing or trekking through the hills and then settling in for the evening performance, at the covered amphitheater which has captured the heart of summer weekend visitors as they come to Frost Fire to enjoy musical theater classics. Frost Fire has offered such classics as "Civil War", "Annie Get Your Gun", "I Do I Do", "Paint Your Wagon", "Fiddler on the Roof", "The Music Man", "Big River", "Me and My Girl", "Forever Plaid", "Pump Boys and Dinettes" and many others.