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Note: For information on trail development and closures, please see the City of Duluth Parks & Recreation website.
Once finished, the Duluth Cross City Trail will be a 10.3-mile multi-purpose paved trail system that provides a connection between the Lakewalk in downtown Duluth with the Willard Munger State Trail, as well as the Western Waterfront Trail. Offering safe access to nature areas in western Duluth, the trail has exceptional views of the St. Louis River Corridor and estuary. This trail will fill a gap in a longer state trail from central Minnesota to the North Shore of Lake Superior.
The Duluth Cross City Trail is being built in seven segments, of which the first two have been completed. Passing through Lincoln Park, the first section briefly runs next to the freeway and the area of Lower Michigan Street. Segment two, also known as the River Route, extends into Irving Park in the heart of West Duluth. Segment six will follow the abandoned BN railway line from Raleigh St to the Munger Trailhead.
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