Resources for Duluth Trail Conditions
Get Mountain Bike Trail Maps:
Duluth Weather Forecast
Mountain Bike Trail Conditions
The Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores (COGGS) is a volunteer-based organization dedicated to improving and expanding cycling opportunities in Duluth. They work hard to fund the planning and development of mountain bike trails here in Duluth and they’ve been wildly successful – just go for a ride and you’ll see what we mean.
Volunteers with the club also work to maintain the trails and it’s important to minimize impacts so we don’t slow their progress in trail expansion. COGGS regularly updates the following Twitter feeds to inform folks about current trail conditions. As a rule of thumb, if the trails are wet – the trails are closed. Let’s be good stewards of Duluth’s epic trail system and respect closures when in effect.
If you’re looking for updated maps of Duluth’s trail system, visit the MTB Project Webpage.
Tweets by @COGGSLesterTC
Tweets by @CoggsHartleyTC
Tweets by @COGGSPiedmontTC
Tweets by @COGGSMissionCrk
Tweets by @COGGSPokegamaTC
Tweets by @coggsmdltc
Superior Hiking Trail Conditions
The Superior Hiking Trail, also known as the SHT, is a 296-mile (476 km) footpath in northeastern Minnesota that follows Lake Superior’s North Shore from it’s southern end at Jay Cooke State Park to its northern end at the Canadian Border. Along the way, the SHT traverses some of the most scenic terrain in North America. We’re very lucky to have multiple trailheads to the SHT right here in Duluth.
The Superior Hiking Trail Association (SHTA) provides regular updates regarding trail conditions on their website.