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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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Itasca State Park
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Itasca State Park is a great place. There are trails that are easy and short and their are trails that are longer and get you out to some real forest. I went last October that the color of the leaves are fantastic. The Mississippi River head water though not really hiking is really fun to see

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Lebanon Hills Regional Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

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Murphy - Hanrehan Park
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13 Completed 1 Reviews

The hike was fun take trekking poles with you there are hills rocks and roots there is no longer horses allowed.

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South Hegman Lake
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

nice terrain with some beautiful scenery. Plan at least 6-7 days for this trip so you can enjoy some great bass fishing on Gull lake and northern/walleye fishing on crooked. Any less days planned and you will get very exhausted due to the length of this loop. Pictograph cliff is cool. Angleworm portage can get really muddy if there has been a lot of rain. If you plan on camping near basswood falls i would recommend that you get there early because the good campsites fill up fast. I did the trip in 4 days and felt like it was way too crammed so plan on some leisure to relax.

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Lebanon Hills Regional Park
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5 Completed 1 Reviews

Good spot for a hike. Too many people though.

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Gandy Dancer Trail
by Mitch Leppicello

4 Completed 3 Reviews

Great way to ride some basic "off road" with beginner bikers or go it hard without vehicle traffic. Nice how the trails cut through towns along the way. Perfect afternoon on bikes :)

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Pine Point Park Trail
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6 Completed 5 Reviews

This trail is part of the Gateway Trail near Stillwater, MN. I walked the horse trail and it was beautiful and lush underfoot. Although it says this is a 3.6 mile trail it's much longer, depending upon how you walk the loops inside the main trail. Absolutely wonderful this time of the year!

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Elizabeth Fries Ellet Interpretive Trail at the Richard T. Anderson Conservation Area
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1 Completed 3 Reviews

Fall Colors Tour October 19 at the EFEIT/RTA
10 to 12 noon
Free
Public
This is our last outing for 2014. There will be no excursions in 2015 due to construction on Hwy 101 and Flying Cloud Drive. Excursions will resume in 2016 in partnership with the city of Eden Prairie.

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Baptism River
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

Fantastic quick hike. Park at the visitor center and have miles of hiking around you. Kaiaking routes available to.

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Greenway
by Joan Steinmann

2 Completed 1 Reviews

Utterly wonderful bike trail, walkers and skaters also may join but a bit flat for hiking. Wide, well-maintained blacktop trail. Crosses from just west of the Mississippi in Minneapolis and heads out past Lakes of the Isles, Calhoun and on. We often hook up with the Cedar Lake trail and head back to St. Paul through downtown Minneapolis, but one can continue through Hopkins and out to Lake Minnetonka. Connects with the Grand Rounds trails, so there are many options to extend your ride.

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