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.
Road, trail, gravel, you name it. Take a look at our list of 2023 bike rides and mark your calendars!
Combining an out and back on the Casey Jones State Trail and a spin on the Indian Lake Trail, we were able to get in a thirty-mile ride.
Join them for a special event at Wild River State Park.
This sequel to Rudi Hargesheimer’s 2020 book, The Superior Hiking Trail Story, takes a deeper dive into the trail’s history and covers the closing of the Gooseberry Gap.
The Mississippi River is central to recreation in Little Falls, in and out of the water. The Trails team got the scoop.
After 10 years in the making, the Luverne Loop Trail was just completed earlier this year. The Trails team took a closer look.
Alexandria, MN is home to countless lakes, the Central Lakes State Trail, challenging singletrack, miles of back roads gravel and you need to visit.
Cedar Falls, IA is at the heart of the Cedar Valley Trails system, a 125-mile network, which radiates out and connects communities as far as 60 miles away.
Unruly Women’s mission is to help create a more inclusive and accessible outdoor experience.
For most of the weekend we traveled on two wheels and packed in a lot of sightseeing, just by riding the trails.
The 2023 Bluebell Festival at Carley State Park is scheduled for May 13.
Miles away from the nearest road, Log Cabin Hideaways is a great basecamp for exploring Minnesota’s Boundary Waters. All you have to do is get there.
Forage + Roam Lifestyle Goods in Buffalo, MN is coming up on its first anniversary and has already received rave reviews.
There was a lot on the outdoor and indoor to do list when we visited Little Falls recently.
It’s a serious piece of backcountry equipment, but it can also provide a couple of hours of backyard fun.