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Alborn-Pengilly Trail

42 mi
State: MN
Ballast, Gravel

Gandy Dancer Trail - Northern Section

51 mi
State: MN
Ballast, Dirt

Saunders State Trail

8.4 mi
State: WI
Ballast

Soo Line Trail - Northern Route

113 mi
State: MN
Ballast, Gravel

Soo Line Trail - Southern Route

105.6 mi
State: MN
Ballast, Gravel

Tri-County Corridor Trail

61.8 mi
State: WI
Asphalt, Crushed Stone

Wild Rivers State Trail

104 mi
State: WI
Ballast, Gravel
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Alborn-Pengilly Trail runs for 42 miles along a former railroad corridor between Pengilly and Alborn. The easy terrain is a mix of woodland, lakes and wetlands, open space, and the occasional...
MN 42 mi Ballast, Gravel
This 98-mile, "interstate" trail crosses into Minnesota and then back again into Wisconsin on its way from St. Croix Falls to its connection with the Saunders State Trail just south of Superior. In...
MN 51 mi Ballast, Dirt
The 8.4-mile Saunders State Tail links with the Gandy Dancer Trail at Borea, southwest of Superior, and continues into Minnesota, where it is known as the Soo Line Trail (southern route). The trail is...
WI 8.4 mi Ballast
The Soo Line North Trail travels for 113 miles through forest and bog between Moose Lake in the south and Cass Lake in the north. The trail, which is popular with ATVs in the summer and snowmobiles in...
MN 113 mi Ballast, Gravel
The Soo Line Trail Southern Route is more popularly known as the Soo Line South ATV Trail. The converted rail-trail runs for 105.6 miles in Minnesota between Royalton and the Minnesota–Wisconsin state...
MN 105.6 mi Ballast, Gravel
Get away from it all on the Tri-County Corridor Trail. Pick up this North Woods rail-trail in Superior, where it connects with the more urban Osaugie Trail, which extends farther west. Spanning the...
WI 61.8 mi Asphalt, Crushed Stone
The Wild Rivers State Trail runs for 104 miles through Douglas, Washburn and Barron counties in northwest Wisconsin along an old railroad route between Superior and Rice Lake. The surface is compacted...
WI 104 mi Ballast, Gravel

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Tri-County Corridor Trail

MIxed-use with challenges

September, 2018 by estimatehub

This trail is on the looser end of the limestone bed trails. It's open to ATV's, so the surface is not as hard-packed as many. I would recommend mountain bike tires, but we did a stretch on hybrid size and did ok. The Ashland end is great, with pavement all the way and a nice loop that puts you along Lake Superior for some great views.

Osaugie Trail

Very scenic trail

September, 2018 by estimatehub

This is a fun trail if you like urban and scenic mixed together. Lots to see and explore along the way. Best signage on a trail we've ever seen. Take time to see the Bong Museum, great displays and history of the area. The bridge onto Barkers Island is a nice connection and a safe, relaxed place to ride.

Willard Munger State Trail (Hinckley-Duluth)

Carlton to Duluth is super

August, 2018 by normanbowers

Carlton to Duluth has been repaved and is one of the smoothest trails I have encountered. Leaving Duluth and heading up hill toward Carlton there is only one road crossing in 9 miles so this is a great trail for families and serious riders. No water or restrooms.

Accordion

Western Waterfront Trail

Rough Ride due to loose rock

August, 2018 by normanbowers

Surface is 1" crushed rock, a lot of it is loose. Fine for mountain bikers, but not a ride for road bikes or kids. Really this is a walking path.

Duluth Lakewalk

Trail to Brighton Beach

August, 2018 by normanbowers

Downtown is always crowded, but crowd drops off rapidly as you leave downtown and go north toward Brighton Beach (60th Street). For another good ride walk bike across lift bridge and ride Lake/Michigan to end of street, about 4 miles. Just one stop sign in 4 miles, so can ride as fast as you want. Traffic drops off a few blocks from the lift bridge.

Osaugie Trail

South 2 miles rough

August, 2018 by normanbowers

North 3 miles is a great ride along the waterfront. Don't miss Barker Island. The section from Bong Museum to Loon Point has been recently paved and is a nice ride. From Loon Point to the south end at Moccasin Mike Road (about 2 miles) there are transverse open joints at 20 ft. intervals that makes this the roughest ride I have experienced. To avoid the bumps take the parallel residential streets. Public restrooms at Loon Point and the Bong Museum.

Tri-County Corridor Trail

Rough Ride

August, 2018 by normanbowers

West end near Superior has road rock (1") rather than screenings. Need 2" tires and ride slow, I was only comfortable at less than 10 mph. Have to be on the lookout for loose rock, not a pleasant ride. Better ride is Moccasin Mike road to the end of Wisconsin Point, dead end so not much traffic and good pavement.

Osaugie Trail

Trail in good shape. Lots of signs telling you what businesses are off the trail and which direction. It's all black top.

July, 2018 by dirtydogduo

Trail in good shape. Lots of signs telling you what businesses are off the trail and which direction. It's all black top.

Willard Munger State Trail (Hinckley-Duluth)

Oh happy day!

July, 2018 by aparrott58

Rode from Carlton to duluth. All downhill. Beautiful views, great scenery, lots of mature trees, all paved. Just a lot of fun. Would do the trail again. Only downfall? A few more signs, especially when nearing the big town...no real trailhead and no sign stating you were at the end of the trail.

Osaugie Trail

started at the Bong Museum and rode out to Wisconsin Point and back. 20 mile round trip, a little bumpy at times but very nice.

June, 2018 by ande9393

started at the Bong Museum and rode out to Wisconsin Point and back. 20 mile round trip, a little bumpy at times but very nice.

Willard Munger State Trail (Hinckley-Duluth)

at Jay Cooke park

June, 2018 by dadandthegang

I parked at Cooke park HQ and rode the spur to the main trail. I went south about 4 miles to where the trail closed then north of the spur about 6 miles (21 round trip). Pavement is mostly good with some sections freshly paved and most of it having some patches. Only a few sections had rough spots, but still very rideable. Being an old railroad track the slopes are gentle.

Gitchi-Gami State Trail

Near Gooseberry

June, 2018 by dadandthegang

I was able to do about a 5 mile section at south e d before cold rain came in. Trail Is challenging with plenty of hills. It was a pleasure to ride. Here and there roots and plants are poking through the asphalt, but it does not take the joy from the ride.

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