Duluth

Check out Duluth on the western tip of Lake Superior. Named the best outdoor adventure hub in the northern hemisphere, Duluth is the gateway to one of the most beautiful regions on earth. Right in town, rocky ridges greet the greatest inland sea. You can hike to stunning overlooks, thrill to signs of wolf or warblers, and be back for lunch. Hiking, biking, and ski trails weave through a town rich in cultural and tourist amenities. Let us be your local connection.



Posts from Duluth

Get your summer festival on: 2017 edition
June 23, 2017 by Andrew Slade

Get your summer festival on: 2017 edition

Freshly popped kettle corn, a new handmade piece of art, a cold lemonade—it's time for summer festivals. Find a complete list of 2017 Best North Shore festivals here … read more


Duluth’s Lakewalk: Bike to Brighton Beach
June 22, 2017 by Andrew Slade

Duluth’s Lakewalk: Bike to Brighton Beach

From the heart of Canal Park, a paved bicycle path leads 7 miles along the North Shore, through Duluth's eastern neighborhoods, ending up at lovely Brighton Beach. Get out and enjoy! … read more


The Duluth Traverse / Hawk Ridge Trail
October 13, 2016 by Andrew Slade

The Duluth Traverse / Hawk Ridge Trail

A new trail has opened along Duluth’s scenic eastern ridgeline. Coursing along the rim of the hills above the Lester Park neighborhood, it's part of the COGGS multi-use Duluth Traverse trail … read more


There will be wildflowers
May 19, 2014 by Andrew Slade

There will be wildflowers

It's fast and unpredictable: that fleeting stretch of season between snowmelt and leaf-out when early spring wildflowers will pop up and seize the sun, turning the forest floor into a carpet of flowers. … read more


Discover Biskey Ponds cross country ski trail
February 4, 2014 by Andrew Slade

Discover Biskey Ponds cross country ski trail

Biskey Ponds, in Fredenberg Township north of Duluth, has 10k of classically groomed ski trails rated easy to moderate. The trails have been laid out expertly, with gentle curves and downhills just steep enough to be fun. … read more


Duluth to Two Harbors part 4: Prindle to Lismore Road
July 26, 2013 by Andrew Slade

Duluth to Two Harbors part 4: Prindle to Lismore Road

I completed the fourth leg of my hike to Two Harbors. Daphne the poodle and my father, the two of them nearly inseparable the whole way, hiked with me from Prindle Road to Lismore Road on the Superior Hiking Trail. … read more