Visit Duluth:


Explore the Outdoors

You'll find we embrace the great outdoors in every season. You can too.

Best Town Ever

Outside Magazine Duluth is Outside Magazine's "Best Town Ever" With 6,834 acres of city parkland, 178 miles of wooded trails, 16 designated trout streams, plus Lake Superior, there's not much you can't do when you are outside in Duluth.

Duluth is a winter wonderland. We have countless trails that course through forests and valleys, rugged, mountain-like peaks and stunning frozen vistas.

If you want to cross-country ski, skijor, snowshoe, or fat tire bike, don't worry: there's plenty of room to roam. Explore the wilderness by snowmobile or hit the slopes for downhill skiing, snowboarding or tubing at one of our ski hills or winter recreation parks.

When the weather warms, get outside and take in gorgeous landscapes with lush forests, wide open water and rocky outcroppings just begging to be explored.

Spend a day on the water with a harbor cruise, charter fishing, sailing, kayaking or paddleboard - be it on the big lake, the bay or the St. Louis River. Take a dip at Park Point or slip into one of the many hillside streams.

Experience nature while hiking trails, exploring parks or strolling the lakewalk. Or spend a day on one of our golf courses.

In the fall, warm hues ignite the landscape. Take a fall colors tour on a historic train up the North Shore or into the St. Louis River wilderness. While you explore, watch for wildlife, especially the raptors that visit Hawk Ridge, 700 feet above the waterline.

Everywhere you go, you'll find ways to embrace all four seasons in Duluth.