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Find the top rated running trails in Fargo, whether you're looking for an easy short running trail or a long running trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a running trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
|Trail Image||Trail Name||States||Length||Surface||Rating|
The Agassiz Recreational Trail connects the towns of Ulen, Twin Valley, Gary, Fertile, and Crookston. A total of 52-miles, this trail runs parallel to Highway 32 and 102 uninterrupted and allows for...
|MN||52.3 mi||Dirt, Grass, Gravel||
The Fargo Mickelson/Tricorn Bike Path begins on north end of Fargo, east of the North Dakota State University campus, and heads south along the west bank of the Red River to its end near Lindenwood...
|ND||5.4 mi||Asphalt, Boardwalk, Concrete||
Northern Cass Pass provides a straight north-south route connecting the friendly, rural communities of Arthur (slogan: "small town, big heart") and Hunter, about 35 miles from Fargo. As it parallels...
|ND||6 mi||Asphalt, Gravel||
If you want a long walk, a nice bicycle ride or practice for hiking, this trail is a very good choice! There's lots of beautiful foliage, signs describing the local ecosystem and plenty of benches you can rest at.
A beautiful trail North of Twin Valley. Tree lined, Shady. Several scenic bridges and rivers. A hidden gem.
We started in Ulen and walked 5 miles & back. Its along the highway so it’s pretty loud. Its pretty though. Probably wont go to that part again though, hoping the other parts arent right up against the highway.
The walk from Twin Valley to the next paved road is scenic with river crossing and lots of woodland. Worth the trek.
I've biked/run much of this trail. The trail head beginning in Ulen north to Twin Valley runs right along highway 32. Some sections are rutted grass cover only, the rest hard packed dirt/gravel paths. Gravel can be small class 5, to larger diameter rock. Low pressure in your tires helps. Not scenic. At the north end of Twin Valley, the trail veers off the highway with a few scenic bridge crossings, and some smaller grades to climb. Some sandy areas that can be hard to run/bike on closer to Fertile. All-in-all, this section is very pretty, and offers plenty of shade, and protection from wind.
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