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Willard Munger State Trail

The Willard Munger Trail in Minnesota is one of the longest trails in the United States. It is actualy not one trail, but instead it is a series of cycling and hiking trails between the cities of St. Paul and Duluth Minnesota.

Skating the Munger Trail


The Willard Munger State Trail is a collection of four multiple use trails in Minnesota between the towns of stretching 174 miles from St. Paul to Duluth It consists of interconnecting trails for hiking, bicycling, inline skating and snowmobiling in winter. The trail follows the route of a fromer railroad line.

Section 1 - Hinkley/Duluth
The 63 mile Hinckley - Duluth segment of the Willard Munger State Trail is now completely paved. The trail extends between Hinckley, Willow River, Moose Lake, Barnum, Carlton, and Duluth. The trail passes near Banning State Park, through Finlayson, Willow River and General C.C. Andrews State Forest, and through the spectacular scenery of Jay Cooke State Park. The northeast portion of the trail provides scenic views of the St. Louis River and the twin ports of Duluth and Superior.

Section 2 - Alex Laveau Memorial Trail
This is a (6 or 16?) mile trail that runs from Gary and New Duluth through Wrenshall into Carlton. The trail is a combination of off-road paved trails and bike routes on paved highway shoulders (mostly the latter according to the last report I received).

Section 3 - The Boundary Segment
This is an 80 mile natural (not paved) trail used mostly for snowmobiling, horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking. It is not suitable for skating because none of it is paved.

Section 4 - The Gateway Segment
18 miles long (paved?)

Maps of the Munger Trail
  • Official Munger Trail Map (PDF)
  • MnBikeTrails.com - Munger Trail Map

    Articles About the Munger Trail
  • Skater Sets Up Portable Potties I
  • Skater Sets Up Portable Potties I
  • MidwestGetaway.com
  • June 2003 - StarTribune.com

    Munger Trail Web Sites

    The Munger Trail by Ken Jackson
    Munger Now a National Millenium Trail
    MnBikeTrails.com - Munger Trail
    State of Minnesota - Munger Trail
    Lodging Along the Munger Trail

    Recreational Areas Near the Trail
  • Banning State Park
  • Moose Lake State Park
  • Jay Cooke State Park
  • St. Croix State Park
  • St. Louis River Canoe & Boating Route
  • Chengwatana State Forest
  • St. Croix State Forest
  • Nemadji State Forest
  • Hemlock Ravine S.N.A.
  • General C.C. Andrews State Forest

    Photos of Skating the Munger Trail
    Skating the Munger Trail - Photo 1
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    Skating the Munger Trail - Photo 3
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    Skating the Munger Trail - Photo 11
    Great-Trails.com - Munger Trail
    Tarsk.com - Munger Trail Photos



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