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.
Our work on the way up was rewarded with glorious roll after glorious roll, the ribbon of trail disappearing into the distance and around the next curve.
Mountain biking is a great way to exercise, but it’s not always easy for people with disabilities.
The NorthStar Trail Travelers (NSTT) are heading north in September, and you’re invited.
We spent a weekend biking and exploring northwestern Minnesota, where, as they say, two rivers meet.
The NorthStar Trail Travelers (NSTT) are heading to the Bemidji area in August and you’re invited.
Brainerd has been the launching point of some great day trips over the years, but this time we decided to stay the whole weekend and take a closer look.
Visit these central Minnesota state parks for a weekend of non-competitive walking for all ages.
“We weren’t experts and we weren’t athletes, but this trip wasn’t out of our wheelhouse, bad knees and all.”
This long-running southern Minnesota community event and bike ride brings more people to town than live there.
This southwestern Minnesota town offers great trails, delicious food and a huge selection of craft beers.
You’ll see many incarnations of Paul Bunyan and other colorful characters in towns along this one-of-a-kind trail.
The Heartland State Trail is another must-see destination in the heart of Minnesota’s lake country.
Minnesota’s first legislatively authorized state trail is a 100-mile trail vision in southwestern Minnesota.
10,000-acre Maplewood State Park offers miles of winter trails, groomed and not.