Lace up your boots and take a hike with this edition of the Perfect Duluth Day quiz, which highlights some local trails.
The next PDD quiz will review this month’s newsworthy events; it will be published on Sept. 24. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by Sept. 20.
You know your trails! Way to go!
Better luck next time!
#1 This out-and-back trail goes past the ruins of a lighthouse, which was constructed on the zero-point of an 1823 survey of Lake Superior.
Learn more about the Park Point Nature Trail here.
#2 Named for the Marten Clan, this trail runs parallel to the St. Louis River.
Learn more about the Waabizheshikana Trail on the City of Duluth website.
#3 This ten-mile trail runs along an abandoned railroad line and includes a tunnel.
Learn more about the DWP trail corridor on the City of Duluth website.
#4 Enjoy a lake vista from the Rock Knob spur of this trail.
Trailforks has technical information on the Rock Knob spur here.
#5 This five-mile trail runs along Superior Bay.
Learn more about the Osaugie Trail on the City of Superior website.
#6 Which Duluth city park, established in 2016, includes a multi-use trail that connects to the Duluth Traverse and the Superior Hiking Trail?
The City of Duluth website has more information on Quarry Park here.
#7 This trail loops around Rock Pond and intersects with the Duluth Traverse and the Superior Hiking Trail.
#8 The Superior Hiking Trail loops by these two picturesque lakes near Silver Bay.
AllTrails has more information on the Bean and Bear Lake Loop here.
#9 This 1.6 mile blacktop trail goes through the Superior Municipal Forest.
The City of Superior website has more information on the Millennium Trail here.
#10 A local group is raising funds to install interpretive signs along this recently-designated recreational trail.
Read more about the Incline Steps on the Duluth News Tribune website.
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