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Best Hiking Trails in St Paul

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in St Paul, Minnesota. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

MISSISSIPPI NATIONAL RIVER AND RECREATION AREA

120 West Kellogg Boulevard, St Paul, MN 55102

Since 1988

Jogging, Picnicking, Camping, Biking, Canoeing and Boating, Fishing, Watching Wildlife and Birding, Skiing and Snowshoeing Scheduled Programming & Biology

The visitor centre has free admission. Recreation Area stretches along the banks and islands of the Mississippi River for 72 miles through the heart of one of the United States' great metropolitan areas. A 72-mile and a 54,000-acre corridor along the Mississippi River. Provides a unique outdoor experience that is as diverse as the historic, cultural and natural. The water trail provides access to the river approximately every 5 miles

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FORT SNELLING STATE PARK

101 Snelling Lake Road, St Paul, MN 55111

Since 1962

Cross-Country Skiing, Swimming, Boating and Canoeing, Scenic Drives, Walking, Natural History, Geocaching, History and Culture, Visitor Center, Biking, Fishing and Hunting, NPS Passport Program, Birds, Museum, Wildlife, Picnicking & Winter Recreation

The park hosts 400,000 visitors annually and contains the restored fort. Its one of Minnesota's top 10 tourist attractions, with an average of over 400,000 annual visitors. Offers 12 miles of groomed and tracked ski trails, six miles of trail packed for multiple uses and dog sledging and skijoring is permitted on seven miles of trail

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BATTLE CREEK REGIONAL PARK TRAIL

75 Winthrop Street South, St Paul, MN 55119

Family-Friendly, Pet-Friendly, Biking, Cross Country Skiing, Winter Recreation, Public Transit Bus Access, Picnicking, Birds and Wildlife, Picnicking, Playground, Creative Play & Walks

3.3 miles of multi-use trails and 3.3 miles of single track mountain biking use. 1,840 acres of the natural area located just outside a highly developed urban environment. The more than 750 acres of oak woods, old fields, creek and second-growth woodlands provide habitat for a variety of wildlife

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