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Lebanon Hills Regional Park

St Paul, MN

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Lebanon Hills Regional Park is a 2.5 mile loop trail located near St Paul, Minnesota that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking & mountain biking and is accessible from June until October.

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Recent Reviews

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Whitewater State Park
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19 Completed 1 Reviews

We went to hike and found a fun trail with plenty of trails. we could not start alltrail recorder because park is in valley with no cell towers but it is worth going to even though you can't record it.

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Lebanon Hills Regional Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

One of the best trails I've been on in the Twin Cities. Though this site says 2.5 miles, you can easily create a loop trail up to 9 miles or so by taking the outer trails.

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Link Lake Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This is not a hiking trail, it is a reduced maintenance road used to connect from the Side Lake area across to Hwy 65 and recreational area mainly NW of there. A nice sandy gravel motorcycle route.

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Eastman Nature Trail
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10 Completed 5 Reviews

Probably because it's early season and nothing is grown in, but I wasn't very inspired. Not a whole lot to look at. Always better to be outside rather than inside though.

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Lebanon Hills Regional Park
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10 Completed 5 Reviews

Nicely kept trails. Relatively easy hike with lots of options. You can make it a short walk or a long one. A couple areas to stop off Jensen lake, maybe picnic. If you have a family you can cap it off with a run through the jungle gym.

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Whitewater State Park
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10 Completed 5 Reviews

One of the best MN state parks i've been to! Lots of great trails with lots of elevation change around the park and great places to picnic. Some areas of the trails may be slippery after a good rain or the spring thaw. Beware, there a few timber rattlesnakes in the park.

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Rum River Central
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

What a great regional park. Walked around the trails and checked out the winding river. Looking forward to summer for some more greenery and kayaking!

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Rum River Central
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This is my favorite place to walk! You can see varying scenery from woods to river to marsh to prairie. It is so beautiful. I suggest the horse trail which is just a little longer than the paved trail. Go up and see the pond on the north end, It's beautiful.

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Lester/Hawks Ridge
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Love both places. Walk both all year round.

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Gooseberry Falls State Park
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14 Completed 14 Reviews

There's a ton of sights to keep you occupied during this hike. Plenty of waterfalls, boulders, wooden bridges and walkways, and trees with gnarly branches and roots. I wasn't bored during any second of the hike. A warning for those of you hiking when the ice is melting: Do not cross the water over a slushy pathway. On a sunny day it will soon become a rushing river and you will be forced to forge the river and get freezing cold. One of the pictures I uploaded shows a man doing just that.

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