Duluth, a four-season city with 11,000 acres of green space alongside the greatest lake in the world, has miles and miles of trails that allow for travel on foot, skis, bike or snowmobile.Read more...
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• Population: 86,211
• Land area in square miles: 67.79
• Persons per square mile: 1,272
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NATURAL SURFACE TRAILS IN DULUTH ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
PLEASE USE THE LAKEWALK OR THE CROSS CITY TRAIL IN THE MEANTIME.
Duluth Parks and Recreation recognizes and appreciates our partner organizations for their hard work, dedication and shared vision in building and maintaining our trails systems. Visit each organization's website for trail information and conditions, or to find out how you can support them!
Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores (COGGS) is a local non-profit organization committed to providing cycling opportunities throughout the Twin Ports.
Visit COGGS's website for trail conditions and maps.
The Duluth Cross-Country Ski Club (DXC) provides cross-country ski programs and events to the community and is a great resource for trail information.
Call the City of Duluth's Cross-country Ski Hotline at 218-730-4321 or visit DXC's website for trail conditions and grooming reports.
The Superior Hiking Trail (SHT) offers 300+ miles of hiking, following the ridgeline of Lake Superior from Wisconsin, through Duluth and eventually ending in Canada.
Visit the Superior Hiking Trail website for trail conditions, information, and maps.
* Motorized vehicles, mountain bikes and horses are not allowed on the SHT.
Snowmobile ClubsDrift Toppers (eastern Duluth) Over the Hill Night Riders (western Duluth)
Drift Toppers and Over the Hill Night Riders are local snowmobile clubs formed by enthusiasts from around the area committed to maintenance, upgrades and trail grooming.
Visit their pages on the Minnesota United Snowmobilers Association website for more information, or to learn how you can become a member.
Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory is best known for being a leading observation site for raptor migration. Visit the main overlook on Skyline Parkway, or hike through the Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve.
Visit their website for more information or to download a trail map.
The Duluth Area Horse Trail Alliance is a local non-profit organization committed to the planning and implementation of equine friendly trails in Northern Minnesota.
Visit their website for more information or to learn how you can become a member.