booking and availability
*Tours start at $49.00 per snowshoer - For same day availability please call!
TWO HOUR TOUR:
• Daily 10a and 1p start times
• For up to date availability click "Book Now" above
• High quality snowshoes
• Snowshoe safety and tips
• Nature and history tour
* 2 person minimum group size per tour
Snowshoeing is a safe, fun way for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages to explore the Duluth area. We'll guide you through the some of the many trail networks and teach you about the natural and cultural history of the area. Activities such as measuring the age of towering white pines and bird watching will give you something to remember. This is a great family activity as the youngster can snowshoe along too! Some common trail options include the Superior Hiking Trials, the COGGS multi-use trails, and the Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve trails.
e offer snowshoe trips March through November but may vary year-to-year depending on snow conditions (snowshoeing available in the snowy season).
Each is tour guided and includes snowshoeing and outdoor safety tips prior to departure. Our guides will also provide interesting and fun facts about Duluth, the Laurentian Forest, and the North Shore during the tour. This is is a great way to learn about the Northern wilderness. There are tons of spectacular lookout points and interesting sites along the trails where we can stop and take pictures.
DULUTH AREA TOURS
Superior Hiking Trail - Starting just south of Duluth and running 296 miles uninterrupted all the way to Canada, the Superior Hiking Trail cuts through varying terrain on the North Shore. The trail ranges from wide paved paths to rocky scrambles. The trail cuts across Duluth providing nearly 43 miles of exploration in the midst of the city!
Jay Cooke State Park - Almost 50 miles of trail located just south of Duluth, trails that wind under towering white pines & along the beautiful St. Louis River. Trail options range from easy to difficult & get more challenging as you move further away from the parking headquarters.
Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve - The ridge overlooking Duluth's East End is home to a variety of lesser known hiking trails. The trails cover thickly forested & rocky terrain. These quiet trails make for a perfect great wilderness experience within city limits! Hawk Ridge is one of the premier places in all of North American to watch the fall raptor migration.