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Lebanon Hills Trails

Lebanon Hills Park, Minnesota
Distance1.5mi
Elevation Gain0ft
Trailhead Elevation907ft
Top907ft
Elevation Min/Max899/907ft
Elevation Start/End907/899ft

Lebanon Hills Trails

Lebanon Hills Trails is a hiking trail in Eagan, Minnesota. It is within Lebanon Hills Park. It is 1.5 miles long and begins at 907 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 0 feet.
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Steve Johnson
"MORC’s flagship trail and one of Minnesota’s very best, Lebanon Hills is 100 percent singletrack bliss. The superbly designed trail system treats riders to 10 (and counting) miles of sinuous turns, rock gardens, log piles, bridges, open meadow, and dense woods. Beginners to experts can sample the wares on four connected loops, nested in a pattern of steadily increasing difficulty. The racing action here is always a blast, even deep into the winter."
"Lebanon Hills Regional Park is one of the most beloved parks in the Twin Cities metro area, and it doesn’t take long to figure out why. It contains some of the region’s most popular mountain biking paths and a chain of lakes that’s perfect for canoeing. The extensive trail network offers 19 miles of hiking on 2,000 acres across gorgeous rolling hills. This 4.1-mile hike introduces you to the eastern side of the Lebanon Hills, drawing near five of the park’s many lakes and ponds through peaceful woodlands."
"Like so many other suburban parks that sit in the middle of residential sprawl, Lebanon Hills quickly lures the visitor into the heart of the park and away from any reminders of that fringe of development. The Holland and Jensen Lakes Loop leads the hiker away from the big houses skirting the boundary of the park and into hilly terrain covered in oaks and meadows, sprinkled with ponds and lakes. From the Holland Lakes parking lot, take the spur trail leading along the west side of Holland Lake toward a network of trails that allow you to select from several loop options. Most will lead back to this 0.25-mile segment and a brief repeated journey up this same trail spur. In the spring, or after a good rain, expect this first section around Holland Lake to be a bit wet."

Trail Information

Lebanon Hills Park
Nearby City
Lebanon Hills Park
Parks
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Accessibility
Moderate
Skill Level
Swimming, Camping, Cross Country Skiing
Additional Use
Available at the visitor center and the website.
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