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“70 mile long bike trail”

Reviewed 24 September 2017

I've biked the entire trail and it's a must try trail for the casual or serious biker. Even better is to camp at one of the three state parks located near the trail.

Thank laura m
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Reviewed 4 August 2017

We enjoyed biking this trail. It was well maintained, safe, and easy to ride. We rode to Spirit Mountain via the trail from Indian Point RV Park. There is some construction going on at this time in West Duluth area.

1  Thank georgannshaffer
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Reviewed 4 July 2017

Nice bike trail with many fun stops to enjoy. I have biked many of the MN bike trails and always enjoy them. Fun family event!

Thank Shelly E
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Reviewed 20 June 2017 via mobile

If you are a bicyclist and want either a day trip or a local vacation for a weekend night on bicycles, the Munger Trail from Hinckley, Minnesota to Duluth, MInnesota is a nice paved bicycle trail. It's fairly flat, runs through many small Minnesota towns with quaint little restaurants and there are motels on the northernmost part of the trail. (A Casino and Duluth itself). It's fairly flat, the trail is in good condition south of Carleton, Minnesota.
The trail is about 75 miles long, there is parking in Hinckley (and a few other towns along the route if you don't want to start in Hinckley)

Thank TheScrapper
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Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

Loved riding the Munger Trail. Mostly paved, some gravel spots waiting for repairs from storm damage. Wooded, rock cliffs, wildlife. Some long easy climbing hills (but what goes up must come down).
Also using the trail were hikers, runners, and birders, Great for the family.

Thank Kim P
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