Biking Trails

biking the city on the hill

When it comes to biking, Duluth has it all. Whether you ride on the road or prefer to be off-road, there’s a route for you.

world-class biking

Designated one of just six Gold-Level Ride Centers by The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA), the Duluth Ride Center provides a world-class, thrilling and stunning, playground for mountain bikers. With more than 90 miles of trail, there’s something for everyone, whether you’re a beginner or looking for a technical challenge. Plus, biking is a year-round sport here—so come enjoy the trails, sun or snow. 

duluth biking trails

mission creek

Access: Chambers Grove Park, at the intersection of MN 23 and MN 210
Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Trail Length: 23 miles of trails

Hartley Park

Access: 3001 Woodland Ave
Skill Level: Intermediate
Trail Length: 12 miles of trails

Lester Park

Access: 61st Ave. East & Superior Street
Skill Level: Intermediate (but 90% non-technical)
Length: 12 miles of trails

Piedmont & Brewer

Access: Hutchinson Rd., Haines Rd, Skyline Parkway
Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Length: 13 miles of trails

Spirit Mountain (lift-accessed)

Access: Spirit Mountain, 8551 Grand Ave
Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced
Length: Varies based on trail

Visit City of Duluth Parks & Recreation and the Cyclists of Gitchee Gummee Shores (COGGS) for more information, trail maps and current conditions.

duluth parks

Duluth has more than 130 city parks. Explore parks nestled in pristine forests, unique playgrounds, urban gardens and beautiful parkland throughout the city.