The Minnesota Miles Blog
When we roam the state we come across so many things that make Minnesota special. Awesome trails, cool people and great places are what makes us grab the bike, the skis, the paddles or the boots and head outdoors. Read about it here.
A bike trip with a view: Skyline Parkway Scenic Byway travels the length of Duluth at the crest of the hill.
These wonderful fall hikes are all within an hour (or so) of the Twin Cities and make for a quick getaway when the weather is nice.
In the cover of darkness we snuck across the border to do some biking and fishing. Turns out we may have to do it again soon.
Kick off the fall season with these great hikes on Minnesota’s “Famous Four” offroad trails.
Enjoy a campfire-like experience in five easy steps!
Hiking here means planning ahead. Challenge accepted.
Mikah Meyer calls himself a “full-time adventurer”. What’s next after his 2020 Run Across MN?
Outdoor recreation is a huge business in Minnesota. It could be much bigger if people of color saw more campers and hikers who looked like them.
We talked to the organizers if the inaugural Bluenose Gopher 50 Gravel Race to hear how it went.
Miles and miles of trails in Lakeville pair well with pints at two local breweries.
There’s a place at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park very few will ever see.
Advanced and expert mountain bike riders now have 10 miles of new trails to ride at the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area
In a region known for the veins of iron ore that run through the land, a new trail has been blazed from the Cuyuna Range to the Laurentian Divide of Biwabik.
Another double-header takes us to the scenic Cannon Valley Trail, where the reward is more than just the scenery.