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Hiking Trails

From paved trails with access to dining and shopping, to rustic trails through ancient woodlands, there's a lot to explore when you hit the trail in Duluth.

CHESTER PARK TRAIL
Access: 1800 E Skyline Parkway
Length: 4.2 mi (includes 2 mi below
E Skyline Parkway)
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Challenging

GRASSY POINT TRAIL
(Accessible Trail)
Access: End of Lesure St
Length: 0.2 mi (one way)
Level of Difficulty: Easy

HARTLEY PARK TRAILS
(Partially Accessible Trail)
Access: 3001 Woodland Ave
Length: Varies
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Challenging
Visit hartleynature.org for trail maps and program information.

HAWK RIDGE TRAILS
Access: 4000 Skyline Parkway
Length: 5 mi
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Challenging
Visit hawkridge.org for trail maps and program information.

THE LAKEWALK
(Partially Accessible Trail)
Access: Canal Park, Rose Garden,
21st Ave E & Water St, 26th Ave E & London Rd,
61st Ave E or Brighton Beach
Length: 7.5 mi (one way)
Level of Difficulty: Easy

LESTER PARK TRAIL
Access: 60th Ave E & E Superior St or E Superior St & Lester River Rd
Length: Varies
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Challenging

LINCOLN PARK TRAIL
Access: N 25th Ave W & W 3rd St
Length: 0.82 mi
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Intermediate

PARK POINT TRAIL
Access: End of Minnesota Ave
Length: 2 mi (one way)
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Intermediate

PIEDMONT TRAIL
Access: 2225 Hutchinson Rd
Length: 3.4 mi
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Challenging

WESTERN WATERFRONT TRAIL
Access: 72nd Ave E & Grand Ave, Grand Ave & Pulaski St, or 63rd Ave W & north of Fremont St
Length: 3.2 mi
Level of Difficulty: Easy

WILLARD MUNGER STATE TRAIL
(May encounter gravel sections)
Access: Grand Ave & 75th Ave W
Length: 4.5 mi (one way; Duluth miles only)
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Visit dnr.state.mn.us for trail maps and program information.


SUPERIOR HIKING TRAIL
(Hiking only)
The Superior Hiking Trail is a scenic challenging 296 mile footpath from Jay Cooke State Park, through Duluth, and along the North Shore - gorgeous views of Lake Superior, cascading waterfalls, enchanting forests. Day hike sections of 2-6 miles. Maps, guidebook at retail store in Two Harbors and Duluth retailers.
Access: 11 trailhead parking lots throughout the city
Length: 34.5 mi (one way; Duluth miles only)
Level of Difficulty: Moderate to Challenging
Visit shta.org or call (218) 834-2700 for trail maps, condition reports and events.