Bike the Osaugie Trail

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  • Activities:

    Cycling, Fitness

  • Skill Level:

    Beginner

  • Season:

    Spring, Summer, Autumn

Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Lake
Picnic Area
Wildflowers

Distance: 5 miles. Foliage. Accessible. Lake Views.

Biking along Superior Bay, you can experience the beautiful foliage during all of northern Minnesota and Wisconsin's seasons. It's the perfect way to get the Twin Ports experience: harbor views, train tracks, forests of birch trees, glimpses of Lake Superior and beyond.

This bike trail is primarily asphalt, accessible and well-cared. It runs along Superior Bay for five miles. You can find restrooms and pitstops along the way. I recommend for anyone in the Northland or visiting who wants a nice morning ride. Great for beginning adventurers.

More and more people have started biking in these areas, whenever the weather allows, as they have realized how spoiled they are in terms of nature. If you are lucky, you might find some wild berries on the side of the path.

You'll find the trailhead at the southeast corner of the parking lot for the Richard Bong Historical Center, right on Superior Bay.

Pack List

  • Bike
  • Water bottle
  • Helmet
  • Sun protection
  • Portable radio
  • Layers
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