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51
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0 - 50 mi
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24
Walking
15
Road Biking
25
Other activities
Minneapolis has 51 trails in the vicinity, including 24 for walking, 15 for road biking and 25 for other activities. These trails range from 0.5 to 50 miles in length. The longest trail in Minneapolis is Grand Rounds a well-known trail measuring 50 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Minnehaha Falls, Minnehaha Falls and Creek and Mississippi Gorge Trail. Trails.com member Mary W. recently completed Minneapolis Chain of Lakes.
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Driving into Minneapolis, you’d never guess that a valuable gem lies hidden deep within ...
Decades ago, Minneapolis had the foresight to establish an extensive park system. The ...
Fort Snelling sits at the confluence of two great rivers, and it sits at the convergence ...
Short and fast, this entry- to intermediate-level trail winds through oak forest and wetland, ...
Almost every park in this region is tied to the Mississippi River—geologically, historically, ...
Like most parkway trail systems, the City Lakes Chain can be entered and exited anywhere ...
Minneapolis Skyway is a hiking trail in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is within Loring Park. ...
This walk will take you through one of the most culturally vibrant and constantly changing ...
Prospect Park is an unusual neighborhood in Minneapolis, distinct in its piquant combination ...
For most of Nordeast’s history, it was strictly a blue-collar neighborhood, where workers ...
The University of Minnesota is the primary postsecondary institution in the state for ...
There is a never-ending debate over the origin of the name Dinkytown. The most compelling ...
A little more than a decade ago, you would have been hard-pressed to find anyone truly ...
The Historic Mill District is not a neighborhood but a confluence of historic Minneapolis ...
Minneapolis was born on the shores of the then-murky Mississippi River. Bridge Square ...
With the completion of the transcontinental railroad systems in the 1860s, Minneapolis ...
The Downtown neighborhood, just off the Mill District, is another area in flux. Less than ...
Cedar-Riverside has an enduring history as one of the Twin Cities’ great ethnic salad ...
Loring Park and the Walker Art Center seamlessly integrate artsy aesthetic with earthy ...
Park Avenue conjures up images of the affluent street of the same name in New York City, ...
The Whittier neighborhood walk connects the past with the present via the principle source ...
Eat Street is Minneapolis’s culinary connection to the world, boasting 17 city blocks ...
You may have noticed that a few sites in the Twin Cities bear the name Harriet. As a general ...
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