Minnesota Trails

You like to hike? We have lots of footpaths for your short walk or backpacking adventure. Your bike is your escape vehicle? Check out our paved and dirt trails for a short spin or multi-day tour. Looking for a cabin fever reliever? Minnesota has miles and miles of ski and snowshoe trails, so you don’t have to be a couch potato in the winter.
Find your favorite here.

 

Read stories about Minnesota’s trails in the MN Miles Blog:

Must-Do Bike Rides in 2024

Road, trail, gravel, you name it. Take a look at our list of 2024 bike rides and mark your calendars!

Trail Pairings: A Visit to Preston, MN

We visited the Root River Harmony-Preston Valley trail system to pair our ride with two breweries.

Eight Numbers To Get You out of the Woods

It’s dark, it’s cold, and you didn’t expect to be out here this long.

11 Minnesota Bike and Beer Pairings You Should Try This Year

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.

February Events at Itasca State Park

Family-friendly events at Minnesota’s iconic state park celebrate exploring the outdoors in the winter.

Stillwater and Beyond

The Gateway, Brown’s Creek and St. Croix River Crossing Loop connect and make for an excellent outing on two wheels, close to the Twin Cities.

Pipestone’s Bike Trails Are Worth a Spin

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.

It’s Just What We Do Now: Duluth to Ontario by Bike

“We weren’t experts and we weren’t athletes, but this trip wasn’t out of our wheelhouse, bad knees and all.”

Take Your Next Meeting Outdoors

If your new home office is also a laundry room, you might want to try one of our custom Zoom backgrounds!

Trail Pairings: Southern Minnesota Gravel

When it comes to the road less travelled, there’s one between Sleepy Eye and New Ulm you should try. There’s a reward at each end.

A Tale of Two Trails: Paul Bunyan State Trail

You’ll see many incarnations of Paul Bunyan and other colorful characters in towns along this one-of-a-kind trail.

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