Duluth, a four-season city with 11,000 acres of green space alongside the greatest lake in the world, has miles and miles of trails that allow for travel on foot, skis, bike or snowmobile.Read more...
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Project Status: Planning/Permitting/Construction Phase
Project Overview: The primary investment in hiking trails are a proposal of five relatively short destination-quality mountain hikes that will become signature outdoor experiences in Duluth. Five destination loop hikes to Duluth high points: 1) Ely Peak; 2) Spirit Mountain; 3) Brewer Park. For each hike, it is proposed to inexpensively create loop routes by connecting existing segments of the SHT (Superior Hiking Trail) with short segments of new trail.
2016 UPDATE: Brewer Park Loop was completed in July 2016 by the Superior Hiking Trail Association staff and volunteers with the financial assistance from the City of Duluth.
Estimated Cost: $50,000 in 1/2 and 1/2 funding has been allocated to these projects.
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