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You can ride year-round on world-class trails. Take a peek at what you'll find in and around Duluth with videos from local bikers and tour operators.


Duluth has it all: An amazing array of trails. Off road cyclists can challenge themselves over ridgelines and rocks on more than 45 miles of single-track trails, or head to Spirit Mountain for the only lift-access Mountain Biking in all of Minnesota.


Spirit Mountain is closed for the season but the following trails are officially open to the public:

  • All Weather Trail
  • Happy Camper
  • Candyland
  • Smorgasbord
  • Duluth Traverse
  • DWP
  • Superior Hiking Trail
  • The MTB skills park and pump track

All other trails at Spirit Mountain remain closed to the public



Mission Creek
Access: Chambers Grove Park, at the intersection of MN 23 and MN 210
Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Trail Length: 7 miles in 2014

Hartley Park
Access: 3001 Woodland Ave
Skill Level: Intermediate
Trail Length: 9 miles

Lester Park
Access: 61st Ave. East & Superior Street
Difficulty: Intermediate (but 90% non-technical)
Length: Lollipop with a mile long stem and a 4.5 mile loop

Access: Hutchinson Rd., Haines Rd, Skyline Parkway
Difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced
Length: 9 miles

Mont Du Lac
Access: 3125 S Mont Du Lac Dr. Superior, WI
Difficulty: Intermediate Cross Country Trail with Advanced Level Downhill Trails
Length: 4 miles

Access: intersection of 105 and Old 105, Superior, WI
Difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced
Trail Length: 7 miles


Visit City of Duluth Parks & Recreation for more information and trail maps.