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Explore the best rated trails in Mora, MN. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Soo Line Trail - Southern Route and Interlink Trail. With more than 30 trails covering 639 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
The Gandy Dancer Trail is non-motorized from St. Croix Falls to Danbury. No summer ATV/UTV use is permitted south of Danbury. The trail description says they are allowed north of Siren. That is false.
Except for by the university, the view goes from dense scrub brush and scraggly flood plain trees, to wooded suburbs, finishing up by skirting a nondescript busy highway. Don't bother if you aren't a local.
Really enjoy this trail, but it needs clear signage when in the area between the dog park and county road I.
Agree with last reviewer however this trail, besides there being beautiful scenery, has some interesting features like root cracks and bubbles and in some spray painted areas, big trail wide divets. I could never tell if we were on an incline though. Based on the last review the ride back to the West Duluth trailhead should have been a downward slope but it was oddly not. We rode to the Jay Cooke park cutoff before turning back so we could see the waterfalls and the swinging bridge. The trail to the park was not well marked though so use your TrailLink app to make sure you don’t pass it.
We left from the Willard Munger trail head in West Duluth. We rode just a few miles to the St. Louis River bridge. Very beautiful. The Duluth end of the trail is very scenic. It is also a good place to start and finish your ride. The climb heading west is a few hundred feet in elevation, so your ride back is a piece of cake.
Love this trail because the pavement is smooth riding and there are relatively few road crossings. Far outshines the Gateway because of both of these issues. Not the most scenic.
We rode the trail today. While we liked the trail we were frustrated by the lack of signage in certain areas. T intersects with no signs, goes out to residential streets with no signage. It got frustrating having to stop and check out location on maps.
The 11-mile paved part from Onamia to Isle is rough due to freeze/thaw cracking, every 30 feet is a bone-jarring crack and some big bumps occasionally. Also the paved trail is scattered here and there from gravel from the adjoining ATV gravel trail. Nice and flat through the wooded prairie and bog. 2-mile Section from Waukon to Isle is better pavement. Scared up a huge black bear which surprised me but the bear ran the other way. Best with mountain bike but doable on road bike, bring a spare tube.
It’s neat that our state buys trail right-of-way like this, but this end is rough with lots of ponded water this past Spring weekend. We gave up before we got to the the Million Dollar Bridge.
Enjoy this trail very much for a beautiful walk along the Mississippi!
I have been up there quite a few times parking in the area just off the trail in Danbury, WI. The area just north across the bridge has a few trails that wander around in the area and in a few miles, you go through Marksville, MN. The trails and forest are full of cabins and camping/hunting shacks then the farther north you get it's mostly flat and new growth forest. While not challenging to ride, it's a nice area to go when you get a new machine. The few people I have met were really friendly and seemed to be fine with the utv's going through.
The trail path is in excellent condition, no bumps or potholes. The terrain is level, the path is straight. A nice trail to just ride and enjoy being outside and riding.
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