Bike Trails

Soo Line West     The Western segment of the Soo Line Trail was dedicated in the summer of 2007 becoming one of the most remote and scenic paved non-motorized recreational trails in Minnesota.     This eight-mile section starts at the end of the Lake Wobegon Trail between Holdingford and Bowlus at the Stearns and Morrison County line, runs eight miles through the City of Bowlus, over the...
The Cuyuna Lakes State Trail is a 7-mile mile paved trail beginning at  the Croft Historic Mine Museum just north of Crosby and travels to Ironton and Riverton through the Cuyuna Country Recreation Area with its abandoned mines, deep, clear lakes and pine forests.
One of the longest trail rides in the state awaits riders of the Willard Munger Trail named after the state representative that served West Duluth for 43 years supporting many environmental and recreational projects throughout Minnesota.
From Minneapolis/St Paul, go west on 394, exiting at Wayzata Blvd exit.  At Central Ave, take a left, heading south to Lake St.  Head west on Lake St. until you come to the Historic Depot.  Take a left at the stop sign and continue west in the parking lot at Shaffer Park until you come to the Trail User parking spots. The trail is accessible on the west end in St. Bonifacius at Highway 7
The straight, flat Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail runs over paved abandoned railroad bed through cool, wooded areas as well as through open, sun-drenched farm fields. It goes nearly 39 miles between Mankato and Faribault with stops in smaller towns along the way that break up the ride and give cyclists many options to begin or end their ride.
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  The Mesabi Recreational Trail cuts through the heart of the Iron Range of North Central Minnesota stretching from Grand Rapids through Hibbing and Virginia to Eveleth.  
The Heartland Trail stretches 50 miles across the heartland of Minnesota  linking Park Rapids, Dorset, Nevis, Akeley and Walker and Cass Lake in a ribbon of pavement.  You can also catch a link at Akeley through the Chippewa National Forest to the Paul Bunyan Trail to Hackensack, and again at Cass Lake to ride the 18-mile Migizi Trail loop.
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