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Current Trail Conditions
*City of Duluth trails are starting to thaw as the temperatures warm and soft, muddy sections are appearing. Please use City trails with extreme caution and turn around when you start leaving footprints in the mud deeper than 0.5 inches. Footprints and ruts on wet trails can cause significant damage and will make future use less enjoyable while increasing maintenance costs.
Trails Comment Line: 218-730-4323 | Winter Ski Conditions Hotline: 218-730-4321
City of Duluth Trail Conditions Policy:
Duluth is blessed with miles of natural surface trails for hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing. During annual freeze/thaw cycles in the spring and fall, our trails are especially susceptible to damage due to wet conditions. Footprints and ruts on wet trails can cause significant damage, while increasing trail maintenance costs. Natural surface trails are closed each spring until they are dry enough for use without damage, however the paved and accessible trails listed above are a good option.
Knowing when not to ride or hike after a significant rainfall is important. Trails should not be used during wet weather or when trails are soft or muddy. If you’re leaving footprints or ruts deeper than 0.5 inches, please turn around. We appreciate your patience in allowing trails to dry before use. When trails are closed because of construction, maintenance, or events we ask that you obey any closure signs and detours. These closures are in place for your safety and for the protection of our trails.
Check our Trails and Bikeways page often for updates regarding natural surface trail conditions and closures, or call our trail comment line at 218-730-4323.
To make the trail experience enjoyable for all users, here are some trail etiquette suggestions: