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Exploration + Adventure

There's a lot to explore and experience here! Spend some time on the water, get outside and explore nature, run, climb, jump and find out why Duluth is Outside Magazine's "Best Town Ever."


The listings below include all types of Exploration + Adventure attractions options in alphabetical order with those in the city of Duluth displayed first followed by those that are outside city limits.

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Adventure Zone

329 Lake Avenue South
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 740-4000

There is something for everyone at the Adventure Zone of Canal Park! The Northland’s newest family attraction boasts over 50,000 square feet of fun featuring Laser Tag, Batting Cages, mini golf, the largest video/redemption arcade in the area, Vertical Endeavor’s rock climbing walls, a kid’s playground, an 18’ inflatable fire truck slide and more! Make us your party headquarters!

Beaver Air Tours by Lake Country Air Service

5000 Minnesota Ave. • Hanger #9
Duluth, MN 55802
(612) 812-1223

Enjoy a bird's eye view of the beautiful Twin Ports in the famous de Havilland Beaver seaplane. Soar over mansions, ore docks, historic sites and more with window seats and personalized headsets for a smooth, narrated tour with your experienced pilot. Tours are offered until mid-October and can accommodate groups of up to seven individuals (weight limitations apply). Custom trips, charters and hourly rates are also available. For more questions call 612-812-1223.

Bob Dylan Way

• Extends from Michigan Street at 5th Avenue West to 15th Avenue East & London Road
Duluth, MN 55802

Duluth is proud to be the birthplace of celebrated singer/songwriter Bob Dylan. Though his time in Duluth was brief - he moved to Hibbing, Minn. at the age of six -Dylan's artistic spirit lives on in our community's lively arts and cultural scene. In May 2006, the city of Duluth designated a cultural pathway in honor of Dylan's 65th birthday. The 1.8-mile Bob Dylan Way, marked with signage, winds through downtown, extending from Michigan Street at 5th Avenue West to 15th Avenue East and London Road. The drive follows Michigan Street, Superior Street and London Road (which leads to the "Highway 61 Revisted" of the album), linking some of our city's celebrated cultural assets, including the Depot and the old Armory. Fitger's Brewery Complex, located at 600 East Superior Street, houses a new exhibit about Bob Dylan. Stop by to learn more about this local legend.

Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial

Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial E 1st Street
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 336-2990

"It is by remembering the injustice of our past that we learn to live with justice in the future." Likenesses of Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson and Isaac McGhie are enshrined by a solemn memorial in downtown Duluth, right at the intersection where, in 1920, they were victims of a lynch mob. Falsely accused of rape, the three young African- Americans were dragged from jail, tried on the street in front of 5,000-10,000 people, and then hanged in the chaos that ensued. It was perhaps the worst day in Duluth’s history, but the opening of this memorial in 2003 helps begin the healing of the wounds of our past. All are welcome to attend the Day of Remembrance observance held annually at the Memorial on June 15.

Day Tripper of Duluth

Duluth, MN 55804
(218) 390-1605

Day Tripper of Duluth, LLC provides guided outdoor trips in the Duluth area, North Shore, South Shore and beyond. We offer a wide range of activities for small and large groups of all ages and ability levels in EVERY SEASON. Visit our website to see our full listing of trips and camping options. Come try fat biking, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking on Lake Superior or improve your mountain biking technique and much more! Get outside, learn, enjoy with Day Tripper of Duluth.

Duluth Flying Club

4535 Airport Approach Rd
Duluth, MN 55811
(218) 461-0520

Edgewater Hotel & Waterpark

2400 London Road
Duluth, 55812
(218) 728-3601 • (800) 777-7925

Imagine a Polynesian indoor waterpark that is 35,000-square-feet of pure, water-soaked fun! That’s exactly what visitors will find at “The Edge” in Duluth, Minnesota. The Edge takes guests far away to a tropical island - with Polynesian-themed water adventures all around. Eat, drink, and relax at Tiki Tom’s Oasis & Grill. Hours of tropical entertainment for the kids in our 2,000-square-foot arcade. Two four-story slides will take guests on thrilling rides that end in our splash pool. The Edge also features a large interactive children’s wet and wild play area. For more information, visit or call for reservations. Slide into the fun and book your now!

Hours: View Hours
Hours subject to change.

Waterpark is currently available to guests only. Waterpark wristbands are NOT included with rooms. Be sure to pre-book your wristbands to the waterpark during the reservation process. There are a limited number of passes available so book early!


4535 Airport Approach Rd
Duluth, MN 55811
(218) 461-0520

Great Lakes Aquarium

353 Harbor Drive
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 740-FISH (3474)

Great Lakes Aquarium is located on the harbor in Duluth, just off exit 256B on I-35. Featuring five daily programs, this hands-on discovery center inspires guests to explore animals and habitats found in the Great Lakes Basin and other waters of the world. Visitors experience the geologic forces that shaped Lake Superior; watch as divers feed fish in a massive, two-story tank; raise and lower locks on a scale model of the Great Lakes; witness North American river otters at play; and pet young sturgeon. Exhibits showcase 230 different species of fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals providing a unique window into watery worlds. The Aquarium is currently home to more than 1,000 animals in all. Visitors of all ages will be captivated gazing at swimming seahorses, feeding lively rainbow and brook trout, and watching our river otters at play. A changeable exhibit gallery, designed to interpret marine animals and habitat, currently features Shipwrecks Alive! featuring sharks, stingrays and coral reef fish, exploring the life that teems underwater as sunken ships become habitat.

Korean Veterans Memorial

Lakeplace Park
Duluth, MN 55802

Dedicated on August 21, 2003, the Korean Veterans Memorial honors the men and women who served in the Korean conflict. Learn about Duluth’s B Company, a highly decorated group of local soldiers, most of whom served in combat. The memorial is illuminated and especially poignant at night.

Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad

7100 Grand Avenue • (across from the Lake Superior Zoo, behind the Minit Mart)
Duluth, MN 55816

Join the fun of traveling the first railroad route into Duluth, a 6 mile historic train journey following the beautiful St. Louis River Corridor in West Duluth. The one hour, forty minute ride is filled with history, wildlife and incredible scenery. This ride is the closest view of the river without getting wet! Check out the two vintage 100 year old passenger coaches and the 1946 switch engine. Step outside to the outdoor Safari Car and experience nature at its best! Wander through the cars freely.

Listen to the narration that includes rich Ojibwa history and learn about local land marks such as:
*Beaver Dam *Munger Landing *Clough Island *Blackmere Curve *Spirit Island *Skimmer Pond *Mud Lake *Oliver Bridge Plus more!!

See views of Duluth that only can be seen by the train with unobstructed views of the lush forest and panoramic views overlooking Wisconsin. See islands that can only be seen by rail road or water. Travel along the 12,000 acre freshwater estuary that has some of the best walleye, muskie and bass fishing in the state.

Enjoy watching the yellow switch engine as it uncouples from the west-bound train and circles over to the opposite end to couple back up to the train to head east to the Ticket Office. Take an engine tour before the ride, meet the crew: Conductor, Engineer, Fireman, Narrator, and Car Host- and take lots of photos along the way. This ride is a one of a kind, unique rail road experience!

Be sure to join us for the fall color show when the trees in the River Corridor show off, it is spectacular!

2018 Season: June 23, 2018 through October 21, 2018. Saturdays and Sundays only, Trains depart at 10:30am and 1:30pm. Tickets: Adults $17.00, Children (4-12 yrs) $8.00, Three years and younger ride FREE.

Lake Superior Helicopters

4525 Airport Approach Road • PO Box 15035
Duluth, MN 55811
(218) 461-2857

Lake Superior Helicopters offers breathtaking and affordable helicopter tours for all ages. There are several options available to experience all that the Twin Ports area has to offer. Travel up the North Shore, fly over various landmarks including the Duluth Harbor and the Glensheen Mansion, and lay your eyes on beautiful terrain including the St. Louis River and Jay Cook State Park. Allow us to provide you the opportunity to take part in what many call the most memorable experience of their lives.

Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center
(US Army Corps of Engineers)

600 South Lake Avenue
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 720-5260;Boatwatchers Hotline, 24 hours in season,(218) 722-6489

Film shows, model ships and exhibits featuring commercial shipping activities on Lake Superior and in the Duluth-Superior Harbor. At Canal Park, you are within yards of giant lake carriers and foreign ships as they pass under the world-famous Aerial Lift Bridge. While you are there, sit back and enjoy the beautiful gulls and walk along the canal’s piers to its lighthouses. New exhibits on lighthouses and vessel traffic opened with assistance from the Lake Superior Marine Museum Association which operates a small gift shop. Open year-round. No admission. Programs always free. Groups must register in advance. It’s the boat watcher’s paradise. Come and enjoy it.

Spring (mid-March thru May): 10am-4:30pm daily; Fri. and Sat. closing at 6pm

Summer (June thru mid-Oct): 10am-9pm daily

Fall (mid-Oct thru mid-Dec): 10am-4:30pm daily

Winter (mid-Dec thru mid-March): 10am-4:30pm Fri, Sat, and Sun.

Free admission. Handicap access via inside elevator and outside ramp. Restrooms are accessible.

Lake Superior Railroad Museum

506 West Michigan Street • The Depot, downtown Duluth
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 733-7590; (218) 727-8025 ext. 503 (programs/tours)

Climb up in the cab of one of the world’s largest steam locomotives and take the throttle of the huge Yellowstone Class Mallet. Experience what the trainmen saw, sitting high in the cupola of a wooden caboose, and learn why they called the last car on a train “the crummy.” Imagine what dining on the rails was like as you marvel at one-of-a-kind dining car china and table settings displayed in a restored, turn-of-the-century coach. The history of railroading in Minnesota starts with the state’s first steam locomotive, the William A. Crooks, shown on Track Seven. From steam-powered rotary snow removal equipment to a FREE trolley ride, there’s something for everyone at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum. Plan to spend several hours here and bring your camera!

Summer Hours: Memorial Day-Labor Day 9:30am-6pm daily

Winter Hours: Mon-Sat/10am-5pm and Sun/1pm-5pm.

Combo tickets let you save money on a tour of the museum, the Depot and a ride on the North Shore Scenic Railroad.

Call for group rates and special accessibility information. Combo tickets let you save money on a tour of the museum, the Depot and a ride on the North Shore Scenic Railroad.

Lake Superior Zoo

7210 Fremont Street • (72nd Avenue West & Grand Avenue)
Duluth, MN 55807
(218) 730-4500

Duluth's Wild Side!
If you’re looking for fun things to do in Duluth, MN, you’ve come to the right place. Located just 10 minutes from downtown/Canal Park, the Lake Superior Zoo Lake Superior Zoo offers a one-of-a-kind experience for animal lovers of all ages. The zoo is home to numerous endangered and threatened animals such as snow leopard, Amur tiger, black-crested mangabeys, ring-tailed lemurs, Pallas’ cats, Angolan colobus, and more. Be sure to check out the daily keeper chat schedule, designed to excite both animals and visitors alike with feedings, training sessions and animal enrichments. Explore the zoo’s beautiful 16 acre park, located at the base of Spirit Mountain and on the banks of Kingsbury Creek. Enjoy waterfalls, bridges, wildlife, hiking trails and more. The zoo’s other amenities include the Tiger’s Paw Gift Shop featuring souvenirs, unique Made-in-Minnesota products, and fair trade gift items from around the world, the Zoo Train (seasonal), stroller and wagon rentals, the Safari Café, special tours, private, behind-the-scenes tours, group discounts, private and after hours rentals, . Visit for a complete list of offerings, upcoming special events, and today’s schedule. Open year-round. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

(April-October) 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

(November-March) 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays


The Lakewalk
Duluth, MN 55802

The Lakewalk is 7 miles long, and goes from Canal Park to 60th Avenue East. Take a leisurely stroll, hand-in-hand, stopping for ice cream or a Lakeview lunch. Strap on your skates and break a sweat. Or, rent bikes for the whole family and glide up and down the gentle hills.

North Shore Scenic Railroad

506 West Michigan Street • The Depot, downtown Duluth
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 722-1273 • (800) 423-1273

A conductor checks your ticket and calls out “All Aboard!” Three short blasts of the whistle and your adventure begins. As the train pulls out of the historic Union Depot in downtown Duluth, your narrator explains the history of our region and the role that railroads played in its development. Two lines of steel lead the train through the city, Canal Park, along the rugged shoreline of Lake Superior and deep into the majestic Northwoods. Riding in vintage open and air-conditioned coaches, you’ll cross over North Shore rivers that splash and tumble towards Lake Superior. Riding the train is great fun! Excursions run seven days a week during the summer, weekends in the spring and fall. Take the 1 1/2-hour Lester River Trip, a six-hour excursion to Two Harbors or the popular family “Pizza Train.” There are “Elegant Dinner Trains,” “Murder Mystery Trains,” “The Grandma’s Marathon Special” and others. Call for group rates and special charters. Trains depart from behind the Depot, May-Oct. Call for accessibility information. Combo tickets earn a generous discount to visit the St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center, the Depot, which includes three museums, including the Lake Superior Railroad Museum and two art galleries.

Playfront Park on the Bay

Playfront Park
Duluth, MN 55802

Playfront Park on the Bay features a unique children's playground built by the Junior League of Duluth and Duluth citizens, Playfront Park is located inside Bayfront Festival Park at the base of 5th Ave West. This new playground is an Evos design structure that enhances children's balance, coordination and strength. The park is open daily for children of all ages.

Positive Energy Outdoors

• 15 miles N of Duluth near Island Lake
Duluth, MN 55803
(218) 391-0147/(218) 428-5990

Dog Sledding/Skijoring Help harness our friendly Alaskan huskies and enjoy expert instruction on trails rivaling the BWCAW.

Draft Horses Sleigh and wagon rides, learn to harness and drive or just enjoy the ride.

Rock Climbing In Duluth and up the shore, climbing for all ages and abilities - ask about winter ice climbing half-day to full-day trips!

Kayaking Private Inland lake just north of Duluth or Lake Superior at Two Harbors, Split Rock Lighthouse or the fantastic sea cliffs of Shovel Point or Palisade Head. Kids love our youth-sized kayaks! Safety skills and big water techniques or leisurely tours, kayak fishing options.

Team Building Portable climbing wall and/or group challenges expertly facilitated and processed.

Positive Energy Outdoor (ed)Ventures is at 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization and proceeds from Outdoor (ed)Ventures programming benefits outings for youth agencies in the Twin Ports region.

The Rose Garden at Leif Erikson Park

Leif Erikson Park • 13th Avenue East & London Road
Duluth, MN 55802

A spectacular extension of Leif Erikson Park, Duluth's Rose Garden offers a beautiful arrangement of more than 3,000 rose bushes and other floral delights. There's also a fountain, a marble gazebo, an herb garden and plenty of benches overlooking the lake.

S.S. William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum

350 Harbor Drive
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 722-7876; (218) 727-0022

The William A. Irvin was the proud flagship of the U.S. Steel's Great Lakes Fleet. The Irvin provided elegance and comfort to the dignitaries and guests it carried. From the millions of tons of iron ore loaded, to its magnificently appointed wood-paneled staterooms and fine dining, the Irvin was the pride of the fleet.

Open daily May-October, guided tours only.

Call 218-722-7876 for admission rates. Group rates available for groups of 20 or more by calling (218) 623-1236. Located in the Minnesota Slip in the heart of Canal Park just across from the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC).

Kids 10 and under get in FREE per each paid adult!

Check out for information on the William A. Irvin Haunted Ship!

Scenic Byways

• Skyline Drive, Scenic Hwy 61, Hwy 11 & Gunflint Trail, Superior National Forest Byway
Duluth, MN

Enjoy a change of pace with a relaxing drive on one of our many nearby Scenic Byways. Whether you are traveling to a particular destination or just meandering, State and National Scenic Byways are a great way to enjoy the beauty of the road less traveled. Scenic Highway 61 has been named an All-American Road. This breathtaking section of highway, which runs more than 120 miles from Duluth up Lake Superior's North Shore to the Canadian Border, is the northernmost tip of one of America's most fabled thoroughfares.

Skyline Drive, Scenic Byway

Duluth, MN

A dramatic 30-mile drive 600 feet above the shoreline. Superb views of Lake Superior, the harbor and Twin Ports; famed Hawk Ridge on Seven Bridges Road; rock canyons, and tumbling streams. Frequent observation points and markers.

Spirit Lake Marina & RV Park Rentals

121 Spring Street
Duluth, MN 55808

We offer pontoon boat, canoe & kayak rentals; located 7 miles from Canal Park.

Explore the scenic St. Louis River, the largest freshwater estuary in the world. Take a group out on our new pontoon boats, or enjoy a quiet paddle through some of the many bays and inlets on a canoe or kayak -- wilderness, right in the city.

Spirit Mountain Adventure Park

9500 Spirit Mountain Place
Duluth, MN 55810
(218) 628-2891 • (800) 642-6377

Hop on the "Timber Twister" Alpine Coaster or the "Timber Flyer" Zip Line for year-round fun unlike anything in the Midwest. In the warmer months you can play 9 holes of Mini Golf, take a scenic chairlift ride, or try our NEW lift-access downhill mountain biketrails. And in the brisker months you can zip down the snow covered slopes at the NEW 4-lane Snow Tubing Park.

Veterans Evergreen Memorial Highway

• Along the scenic St. Louis River
Duluth, MN

A colorful alternative to I-35, the Veteran's Memorial Highway follows the scenic St. Louis River from Duluth to Askov through Jay Cooke and Banning State Parks. It's a perfect "Sunday Drive" any day of the week.

Veterans Memorial Hall

506 West Michigan Street
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 733-7500

Encounter history through the artifacts and stories of veterans connected to northeastern Minnesota. Created in 1909, the hall now hosts more than 1,500 military and home front artifacts and 6,000 veteran stories, among the largest collections in Minnesota. The current exhibit, Generations of Service, illuminates 150 years of U.S. military history by bringing the stories and artifacts of local service members and families into focus. Free admission. Open daily.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Lakeplace Park
Duluth, MN 55802

A tribute to the brave men and women who died and to those who have not yet returned, this solemn memorial offers a place of healing for veterans and their families. As the sun rises over Lake Superior, each name on the wall is illuminated, and as it sets, a beacon is aimed skyward-like the flashlight of a lost soldier showing our veterans the way home.

Vista Fleet Sightseeing & Dining Cruises

323 Harbor Drive • Waterfront side of the (DECC) Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 722-6218 • (877) 883-4002

The best way to see Duluth is from the water aboard the Vista Fleet, the northland's premier attraction! Create superior memories during our daily sightseeing and dining cruises. The cruise options are endless; choose from our sensational dining cruises, to exciting narrated sightseeing tours, to stunning fall colors cruises. Experience the wonders of Lake Superior as we cruise next to 1,000-foot lake freighters and oceangoing vessels to take in the activities of the Twin Ports harbor. See lighthouses, ships, beautiful waters and more during your narrated tour aboard the Vista Fleet. Daily May-October. Call for group rates and information. Wheelchair accessible on the 1st deck only. Please call or visit our website for the current cruise schedule and specials! Schedule varies throughout our season and is subject to change.

The Waterfront Sculpture Walk

The Lakewalk
Duluth, MN 55802

Offering more than beautiful lake views and charming shops and restaurants, Duluth's waterfront is an expression of art. A series of prized sculptures representing the social, cultural and historical values of Duluth and its Sister Cities in Vaxjo, Sweden; Thunder Bay, Ontario; Perozavodsk, Russia; and Ohara, Japan, create a casual stroll through an outdoor gallery of international art.

Western Waterfront Trail

Grand Ave at 72nd Ave W • (Across from the Zoo)
Duluth, MN

Grand Avenue at 72nd Avenue West (across from the Zoo). A 3 1/2 mile path along the St. Louis River. This trail is ideal for hiking, jogging, biking, showshoeing and general sightseeing. Great opportunity to view a variety of species of plants and animals.

Whoopsa Daisy Farm

5399 Samuelson Road,
Duluth, MN 55811

Family Farm open Fall weekends August. 28th - November 1st, Friday, Saturdays, and Sundays, 10-6. Activities include a tractor playground, haystack, sand pile, Dino Land, hayride, yard games, horse hunt, crafts, donkeys, goats, and chickens, snacks, a craft sale, and more.

Alpine Slide at Lutsen Mountains

Ski Hill Road • 90 minutes NE of Duluth on Lake Superior's North Shore
Lutsen, MN 55612
(218) 663-7281

Ride to the summit of Eagle Mountain with a leisurely chairlift ride, then hop on your sled and cruise down an exhilarating half-mile of twisting, turning track. You control the speed - take it slow or let it rrrippp! It's amusement park fun the whole family will enjoy in classic North Shore style. Open mid-May through mid-October 10am - 5pm

Good Earth Outfitters

22670 Siskiwit Bay Pkwy
Cornucopia, WI 54827

Come Explore Cornucopia and check out the Good Earth Gift Shop's selection of unique gifts and souvenirs. We have a well-stocked gift shop with home and cabin decor, Lake Superior jewelry by local artists. Including a wide selection of treasures for all ages from Minnetonka Moccasin, Sailor Bags, Lakegirl, Landstrom’s and More Polish Pottery to name a few. We are located in the Marina District of Cornucopia, WI next to the Green Museum.

Madeline Island Ferry Line, Inc.

825 Main Street
La Pointe, WI 54850
(715) 747-2051

Walk, bike or drive on board! Just 90 minutes from Duluth, enjoy the beautiful Lake Superior scenery and the magnificent beaches on Madeline Island. Connecting Bayfield and the Island, our ferries cross the 2.5-mile channel in 25 minutes and offer spectacular views of the Apostle Islands. Relax and let the magic of Lake Superior weave its spell. Operating season is April through mid- Jan, with trips running every 1/2 hour during the summer months.

North Shore Adventure Park

42 Outer Drive
Silver Bay, MN 55614

The North Shore Adventure Park in Silver Bay, Minn. provides socially distanced outdoor fun with 65 obstacles and 10 zip lines spread out over four acres. When the pandemic hit, park owners implemented some new safety protocols. First, they widened the 500 feet of trail from the parking lot to the park, dividing it into two one-ways complete with wayfinding signage. To avoid crowding, park visitors are now capped at 200 per day in comparison to the 250 to 300 guests per day pre-pandemic. Only 25 guests are allowed to register for each time slot. In order to give guests their own space, they now have the option to select a private picnic table along with their adventure package. New climbing gloves and face masks can also be added to the cart at checkout.Sanitizing stations are located throughout the park, and guests are required to wear face masks while they are on the ground. Staff wear face masks or shields at all times and check their temperature when they arrive at work.

North Shore Scenic Cruises

99 Beach Drive (Silver Bay Marina)
Silver Bay, MN 55614
(218) 464-6162

North Shore Scenic Cruises offers cruises to Split Rock Lighthouse or Palisade Head and Shovel Point on-board the historic MV/Wenonah. Our cruise offers the most beautiful vistas anywhere along the North Shore. With 200 foot cliffs extending straight out of the water, abundant wildlife, an iron ore processing plant or an iconic lighthouse, our cruise has something for everyone.

Summit Express Gondola at Lutsen Mountains

467 Ski Hill Road • 90 minutes NE of Duluth on Lake Superior's North Shore
Lutsen, MN 55612
(218) 663-7281

A full day of family fun. MOUNTAIN TRAM: Two-mile ride in enclosed four-person aerial gondola to Moose Mountain summit. Scenic views of Lake Superior and North Shore mountains. Hiking Trails. Mountaintop Restaurant. Spectacular Fall Colors. ALPINE SLIDE: A summer luge run, fun for all ages. Scenic chairlift ride to the summit of Eagle Mountain, followed by an exhilarating sled ride down through dips and hairpin curves.

Superior Hiking Trail

618 - 1st Avenue • PO Box 315
Two Harbors, MN 55616
(218) 834-2700

Accept the challenge of hiking some of the most rugged and picturesque trails in the Midwest. The Superior Hiking Trail presents over 270 miles of gorgeous views, towering groves of pine, maple, birch and aspen, tumbling waterfalls and hidden river valleys. Camp at any of the many designated areas or spend a night in a cozy northern resort. This trail is one of the ten best in the United States according to "Backpacker" magazine. All year office hours; Mon-Fri/9am-4:30pm; May 15-Oct 15: Sat/10am-4pm Sun/Noon-4pm.

Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

6282 Cranberry Road
Finland, MN 55603
(218) 353-7414