Superior Hiking Trail
Key information: Superior Hiking Trail
A Walkopedia friend (whose name we don't have!) says:
"The Superior Hiking Trail is a 296-mile footpath that largely follows the rocky ridgeline above Lake Superior on Minnesota's North Shore from Duluth to the Canadian border.
There are trailhead parking lots every 5-10 miles making it ideal for both day hikes and backpack camping.
There are 92 backcountry campsites with no fees, reservations or permits required to hike or camp on the trail.
Dogs are allowed on leash only."
Walkopedia says: "Thank you, anonymous friend!"
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- Walkopedia rating77
- Natural interest15
- Human interest4
- Negative points0
- Total rating77
- Length: 296 miles
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
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