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.
The soft opening happened in 2020, but now there’s ten more miles on the ground at Redhead.
The one-day tour will make way to a series of smaller events during the summer.
In our first outing of the year we explore the trails of the river city at the confluence of the St.Croix and Mississippi.
Ready to leave the pavement behind? Trails caught up with organizers of some of Minnesota’s many gravel rides.
Start ’em early doesn’t always apply: Mom, dad, grandma, grandpa and the kids take mountain biking lessons together.
This orienteering-style race is held annually at Lake Bronson State Park. Grab a GPS and a friend and head to northwestern Minnesota.
Reap your reward for all of the hard work you do on the bike and treat yourself to a post-ride, barley-based electrolyte drink. Here’s some of our recommendations.
“I hate riding my bike” said no one ever. We’ve custom-curated a list of our top picks for the 2021 bike ride season. Have a look!
Think waterfalls in Minnesota and the most famous ones come to mind easily: Minnehaha Falls, the double drop of Minneopa Creek, perhaps even the hidden falls at Nerstrand Big Woods State Park.
The Lake Wobegon and Central Lakes Trail system is known for being a destination for walkers, bikers, runners and inline skaters, but the long, flat trail is beginning to gain the attention of endurance skateboarders.
The Root River Trail Towns group was founded in 1988 to promote Minnesota’s famous Root River/Harmony-Preston Valley State Trail. The community of Chatfield is the latest member of this trail alliance.
Blogger Alyson Levig takes us on a trip to River Bend Nature Center in Faribault
A Valentine’s Day getaway has us exploring the trails at this popular southern Minnesota state park.
This central Minnesota trail system packs a lot of hiking, biking and skiing into one 200-acre park.