Road Biking Trails Near Saint Paul, MN
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Road Biking Trails Near Saint Paul, MN

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11 - 46 mi
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Saint Paul has 16 road-biking trails. These trails range from 11.2 to 46 miles in length. The most popular trails are Gateway Trail, Newport Hills and Grey Cloud Island and Minnehaha Creek to Lake Harriet. Trails.com member Richard S. recently completed Cannon Valley Trail. See all Saint Paul trails.
Best Trails in Saint Paul 16 Results
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The Gateway Trail is an old railroad right-of-way that the state converted into a recreation ...
The Lilydale Park Trail that runs along the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers from downtown ...
Spin past overhanging cliffs, lumpy bluffs, and wildlife-packed wetlands on this A-list ...
Climb 300-plus feet over high, lumpy ridges in our state’s southeastern bluff country ...
Start this 30-miler with a postcard St. Paul skyline backdrop, spinning a flat warmup ...
Treat yourself to one of the metro’s finest rides on this 31-mile loop with a warmup on ...
Start at a scenic bluffside park above downtown St. Paul on this 25-mile rambler, and ...
Allow plenty of time to soak in the scenery on this country ride. The entire route (16, ...
This 14-mile out-and-back is one of the most scenic and relaxing cruises in the metro. ...
This 23-mile cruise is shaped like Santa’s boot and treats you to the gift of rolling ...
A perennial local favorite since its first days in 1993, the 18-mile Gateway Trail takes ...
This 30-mile loop is included in the venerable St. Paul Classic bike tour in and around ...
The Mississippi, as it does in Minneapolis, defines the personality of St. Paul. Much ...
This relaxing trip is as straightforward as it gets: The entire ride is on paved paths—without ...
A beautiful 30(ish)-mile loop around Saint Paul that gives cyclists a taste of everything ...
Appropriately called the City of Lakes, Minnesota's largest city can trace much of its ...
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