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Length
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DWP Trail

10 mi
State: MN
Asphalt, Gravel

Duluth Lakewalk

7 mi
State: MN
Asphalt

Gandy Dancer Trail - Northern Section

51 mi
State: MN
Ballast, Dirt

Gitchi-Gami State Trail

28.6 mi
State: MN
Asphalt

Mesabi Trail

135 mi
State: MN
Asphalt, Gravel

Osaugie Trail

5 mi
State: WI
Asphalt

Tri-County Corridor Trail

61.8 mi
State: WI
Asphalt, Crushed Stone

Western Waterfront Trail

3.4 mi
State: MN
Gravel
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
With stunning views of the St. Louis River as it curves around its adjoining lakes to meet the ocean, the DWP Trail offers a pleasant experience on a gentle, meandering path through the woods to the...
MN 10 mi Asphalt, Gravel
The Duluth Lakewalk extends between Canal Park and S. 60th Avenue E. near University Park. The southern half of the trail follows the shore of Lake Superior quite closely from the south end to 26th...
MN 7 mi Asphalt
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
Then completed, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail will traverse 88 paved miles between the cities of Two Harbors and Grand Marais on Lake Superior’s northern shore. Currently, several segments, totaling...
MN 28.6 mi Asphalt
Traversing the incredibly scenic Iron Range region of northern Minnesota, the Mesabi Trail is well on its way to becoming one of the longest rail-trails in the United States. When completed, the...
MN 135 mi Asphalt, Gravel
The Osaugie Trail leads users past various landmarks along Superior’s waterfront, including the S.S. Meteor Whaleback Ship Museum, Barker's Island, and the Burlington Ore Dock, where the Edmund...
WI 5 mi Asphalt
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
Developed in 1988, the Western Waterfront Trail (WWT) offers direct access to the shoreline of the St. Louis River estuary in southwestern Duluth. The trail begins right across the street from the...
MN 3.4 mi Gravel
The Willard Munger State Trail is a collection of three multiple use trails roughly stretching between the towns of Hinckley and Duluth. The three trail segments include the Hinckley–Duluth, Alex...
MN 70 mi Asphalt

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Trails by activity

Osaugie Trail

WI - 5 miles

The Osaugie Trail leads users past various landmarks along Superior’s waterfront, including the S.S. Meteor Whaleback Ship Museum, Barker's Island, and the Burlington Ore Dock, where the Edmund...

Gitchi-Gami State Trail

MN - 28.6 miles

Then completed, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail will traverse 88 paved miles between the cities of Two Harbors and Grand Marais on Lake Superior’s northern shore. Currently, several segments, totaling...

Duluth Lakewalk

MN - 7 miles

The Duluth Lakewalk extends between Canal Park and S. 60th Avenue E. near University Park. The southern half of the trail follows the shore of Lake Superior quite closely from the south end to 26th...

Tri-County Corridor Trail

WI - 61.8 miles

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...

Accordion

Mesabi Trail

MN - 135 miles

Traversing the incredibly scenic Iron Range region of northern Minnesota, the Mesabi Trail is well on its way to becoming one of the longest rail-trails in the United States. When completed, the...

Willard Munger State Trail (Hinckley-Duluth)

MN - 70 miles

The Willard Munger State Trail is a collection of three multiple use trails roughly stretching between the towns of Hinckley and Duluth. The three trail segments include the Hinckley–Duluth, Alex...

DWP Trail

MN - 10 miles

With stunning views of the St. Louis River as it curves around its adjoining lakes to meet the ocean, the DWP Trail offers a pleasant experience on a gentle, meandering path through the woods to the...

Willard Munger State Trail (Hinckley-Duluth)

MN - 70 miles

The Willard Munger State Trail is a collection of three multiple use trails roughly stretching between the towns of Hinckley and Duluth. The three trail segments include the Hinckley–Duluth, Alex...

Gandy Dancer Trail - Northern Section

MN - 51 miles

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...

Gitchi-Gami State Trail

MN - 28.6 miles

Then completed, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail will traverse 88 paved miles between the cities of Two Harbors and Grand Marais on Lake Superior’s northern shore. Currently, several segments, totaling...

Duluth Lakewalk

MN - 7 miles

The Duluth Lakewalk extends between Canal Park and S. 60th Avenue E. near University Park. The southern half of the trail follows the shore of Lake Superior quite closely from the south end to 26th...

Accordion

Western Waterfront Trail

MN - 3.4 miles

Developed in 1988, the Western Waterfront Trail (WWT) offers direct access to the shoreline of the St. Louis River estuary in southwestern Duluth. The trail begins right across the street from the...

Mesabi Trail

MN - 135 miles

Traversing the incredibly scenic Iron Range region of northern Minnesota, the Mesabi Trail is well on its way to becoming one of the longest rail-trails in the United States. When completed, the...

DWP Trail

MN - 10 miles

With stunning views of the St. Louis River as it curves around its adjoining lakes to meet the ocean, the DWP Trail offers a pleasant experience on a gentle, meandering path through the woods to the...

Tri-County Corridor Trail

WI - 61.8 miles

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...

Osaugie Trail

WI - 5 miles

The Osaugie Trail leads users past various landmarks along Superior’s waterfront, including the S.S. Meteor Whaleback Ship Museum, Barker's Island, and the Burlington Ore Dock, where the Edmund...

Osaugie Trail

WI - 5 miles

The Osaugie Trail leads users past various landmarks along Superior’s waterfront, including the S.S. Meteor Whaleback Ship Museum, Barker's Island, and the Burlington Ore Dock, where the Edmund...

Mesabi Trail

MN - 135 miles

Traversing the incredibly scenic Iron Range region of northern Minnesota, the Mesabi Trail is well on its way to becoming one of the longest rail-trails in the United States. When completed, the...

DWP Trail

MN - 10 miles

With stunning views of the St. Louis River as it curves around its adjoining lakes to meet the ocean, the DWP Trail offers a pleasant experience on a gentle, meandering path through the woods to the...

Tri-County Corridor Trail

WI - 61.8 miles

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...

Accordion

Willard Munger State Trail (Hinckley-Duluth)

MN - 70 miles

The Willard Munger State Trail is a collection of three multiple use trails roughly stretching between the towns of Hinckley and Duluth. The three trail segments include the Hinckley–Duluth, Alex...

Gitchi-Gami State Trail

MN - 28.6 miles

Then completed, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail will traverse 88 paved miles between the cities of Two Harbors and Grand Marais on Lake Superior’s northern shore. Currently, several segments, totaling...

Gandy Dancer Trail - Northern Section

MN - 51 miles

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...

Duluth Lakewalk

MN - 7 miles

The Duluth Lakewalk extends between Canal Park and S. 60th Avenue E. near University Park. The southern half of the trail follows the shore of Lake Superior quite closely from the south end to 26th...

Western Waterfront Trail

MN - 3.4 miles

Developed in 1988, the Western Waterfront Trail (WWT) offers direct access to the shoreline of the St. Louis River estuary in southwestern Duluth. The trail begins right across the street from the...

Recent Trail Reviews

Willard Munger State Trail (Hinckley-Duluth)

Rose the Duluth End

July, 2022 by lifeinthewoods

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.

C.J. Ramstad/North Shore State Trail

Amazing snowmobile trail that the local clubs help keep groomed. Great views of northern Minnesota!

July, 2022 by swaggs68

Amazing snowmobile trail that the local clubs help keep groomed. Great views of northern Minnesota!

Soo Line Trail - Southern Route

Paved Portion from Onamia to Isle

June, 2022 by mboerner2

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.

Accordion

Willard Munger State Trail (Matthew Lourey State Trail)

Southern end

April, 2022 by tomeggum

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.

Gandy Dancer Trail - Northern Section

Gandy Dancer - Easy terrain

March, 2022 by nealm68_tl

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.

Duluth Lakewalk

very uncomfortable ride

September, 2021 by pambelknap1

I have never ridden such a badly-maintained bike trail as this. The views from Canal Park are beautiful if you pull off but on the trail you have to be alert to pedestrians (even while next to the pedestrian walkway since people was on the bike way as well), and ongoing cracks, bumps and potholes. Words cannot describe how bad it is. Plus there are no instructions signs or maps along the way. Very, very disappointing. no signage

Willard Munger State Trail (Hinckley-Duluth)

Hinckley to Duluth

September, 2021 by bhapp

We rode the full 70 miles from the southern end in Hinckley to the northern end in Duluth. We hit a perfect weather day with temperatures in the 60’s and low 70’s. In general the trail is slightly narrower than other rail trails we have ridden. The trail has many perpendicular cracks that can be big occasionally. That is more of an issue if you are riding a road bike with narrow (25cm or less) tires. If you are running on wider (lower pressure) tires it may not be an issue. Much of the hazards are marked with paint but a bridge within about 1 mile of the north end had a crack/dip hazard that could have been dangerous if we didn’t notice it. Most of the bridges had very smooth transitions which was nice. There are many street/driveway crossings which require you to slow down. In Moose Lake the trail ends abruptly and detours onto the road. It is not well marked on how to rejoin the trail which picks up about 1 mile down the road. We had to ask locals for directions to find our way. There are not many places along the trail to get a bite to eat. We were surprised to not see any wild life along the trail. All in all we enjoyed the trail but it is not as nice as some other rail trails we have ridden.

Willard Munger State Trail (Hinckley-Duluth)

Hinckley to Duluth

September, 2021 by bhapp

We rode the full 70 miles from the southern end in Hinckley to the northern end in Duluth. We hit a perfect weather day with temperatures in the 60’s and low 70’s. In general the trail is slightly narrower than other rail trails we have ridden. The trail has many perpendicular cracks that can be big occasionally. That is more of an issue if you are riding a road bike with narrow (25cm or less) tires. If you are running on wider (lower pressure) tires it may not be an issue. Much of the hazards are marked with paint but a bridge within about 1 mile of the north end had a crack/dip hazard that could have been dangerous if we didn’t notice it. Most of the bridges had very smooth transitions which was nice. There are many street/driveway crossings which require you to slow down. In Moose Lake the trail ends abruptly and detours onto the road. It is not well marked on how to rejoin the trail which picks up about 1 mile down the road. We had to ask locals for directions to find our way. There are not many places along the trail to get a bite to eat. We were surprised to not see any wild life along the trail. All in all we enjoyed the trail but it is not as nice as some other rail trails we have ridden.

Duluth Lakewalk

beautiful ride

August, 2021 by cab8902

Canal Park to Brighton Beach is a beautiful ride! This was my first paved trail ride in me Pedego Element!

Gitchi-Gami State Trail

Very hilly, make sure your fit. It was a gorgeous, clean and fun trail.

June, 2021 by kvang007

Very hilly, make sure your fit. It was a gorgeous, clean and fun trail.

Superior Hiking Trail

Two very different sections of the SHT, both great!

June, 2021 by ebaker6101

We hiked two sections of the SHT at the beginning of June, the first was in Duluth and went up about 1.5 miles to Enger Tower by way of Twin Ponds. The first section was a little iffy, there seemed to be some homeless camps set up at the bottom of the trail, but they didn't bother us. The rest of the trail was very well labeled, and had boards across the marshy parts.

The second section we did started up north about an hour, from Beaver Bay to Silver Bay. It was a beautiful landscape, and I almost felt like I was hiking up in the Pacific Northwest. This section of the trail had lots of elevation gain and loss, which made it more interesting for being a Minnesota/Wisconsin type hike. Our favorite section of the trail was at the beginning, where you follow the Beaver River and a few places with falls. We saw lots of waterfowl (a momma Grebe and 10 babies was the highlight), and even a beaver out nibbling on logs. The later sections of the trail had some really great views of Silver Bay and we stopped for lunch up at the top. Definitely watch out for ticks though, we stopped for lunch and I caught two climbing up my boots, we managed to shake out another in the car ride back to Duluth.

Osaugie Trail

Osaugie Trail is good alternative to the road in Superior

June, 2021 by ebaker6101

We did the Osaugie Trail at the beginning of June, and it was great because we picked it up right near Barkers Island and were able to take it all the way down to Moccasin Mike, which takes you out to the Wisconsin side sandbar. The trail in Superior was in decent condition, though the one wooden bridge you have to cross is sinking a little bit, had a hard landing on one side.

The Osaugie trail does blend into the Tri County Corridor Trail, which isn't quite bike friendly, since it shares the space with ATVs. I've got 2" tires on my gravel bike and had no issues, but my parents had hybrid/commuter style tires and had to ride along the edge for the mile or so past Loons Landing until the trail turned into half asphalt and half gravel.

The trail was very well marked with mileage, areas of interest in Superior at each road crossing, and indications with which trails were joining together.

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