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Attention - Disc Golf Course Construction:Work will begin on Wednesday, April with a probable end date of July 1. Work will be done in daylight hours including weekends. Please use caution as we are encouraging the public to stay clear of work crews and construction materials.Project Status: ConstructionProject Overview: Quarry Park is the City of Duluth's newest park, dedicated in May 2016. Located below Skyline Parkway adjacent to Brewer Park in West Duluth, and above the neighborhood between 46th Avenue West and 59th Avenue West. The land was originally owned and worked by the Duluth Crushed Stone Company. By the time the company ceased operation it had quarried out a 1,000-foot long, 100-foot high cliff.
Informally, since its abandonment, the Quarry has been a location for ice climbing, walking dogs, hiking, picnicking and enjoying a stunning view of Duluth. Most recently, Quarry Parks reputation as a steep and spectacular climbing location has been augmented by the focused development of mixed climbing routes. Today, it is a premier site and training ground for mixed climbing throughout the winter months, utilized by recreational climbers, university climbing programs, and guided groups.
The City of Duluth in partnership with local neighborhoods and the Duluth Climbers Coalition went through a master planning process for the park in the winter of 2015/2016. The plan outlines a vision for Quarry Park to be a neighborhood park offering accessible trails, disc golf, connections to the Superior Hiking Trail and Duluth Traverse, multi-use gathering space, in addition to world-class ice climbing as a major component.
Quarry Park Mini Master Plan FINAL - (Approved by Parks Commission 4.20.16, City Council 5.9.16)
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