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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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Lebanon Hills Regional Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

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Blazing Star Trail West Branch
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

went a ways down this trail today. great trail fro families to get out enjoy nature. you may see wildlife ranging from pelicans ducks with their babies to deer. great place to go and enjoy the beautiful days in Minnesota.

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Clifton E. French Regional Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This is a nice trail for day hiking, photography or easy trail running. There are enough trails in the park to hike more than 1.8 miles. I did a 4 mile loop. The trails are wide and groomed for cross country skiing in the winter. There are many good areas for picnics or to hang a hammock.

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Jay Cooke State Park
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Is there mountain biking

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Cuyuna Mtb Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Good

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Eagle Mountain - Minnesota Highpoint
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36 Completed 15 Reviews

This is an excellent trail for all skill levels. Good ankle support is necessary! The spring involves ice and mud on the trail for much of the way. Summer and fall dry out in many areas, but several wet spots remain. In the winter you can ski or snowshoe on the trail. Dogs are welcome with a leash, but make sure to bring bags to pick up dog poop or at least scrape it up and throw it 100 feet into the woods away from water sources! Near the top there is a lookout spot with excellent views; another 500 feet and you are at another lookout near the summit. The actual summit is back in the woods about 200 feet.

There are some steep areas with lots of rocks, roots, and mud to navigate, but overall this trail is in excellent condition. There are a lot of people on nice days. To avoid the crowd, get to the trailhead early to get to the summit at sunrise. After about 9am you will start to see more people on the trail.

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Lebanon Hills Regional Park
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

Pet owners beware. Very serious brown tick problem, even if your pet is prescription treated prior to visit. I even had to remove some ticks from myself. Beautiful & lovely otherwise but not worth the clean up hassle for us & my dog.

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Clubhouse Lake Campground
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

My families favorite camp ground. No hiking trails here. Approx. 45 sites available, some reservable, most first come, first serve. Nice little beach for kids. Camp host. Boat landing. Quiet lake.

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Snowbank Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

The map of the trail is a least 10 years old and does not come out on the Fernberg Road. I was through there in 2005 and at that time the trail headed south from the parking lot south of Snowbank Lake. If you are going to charge for this serice you should stay current with your maps.
The trail is great and I'm going there in a week. I've hiked it about 6 times and I enjoy it every time.

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Minnehaha Creek
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18 Completed 11 Reviews

The Minnehaha Falls area is a very popular spot that is usually quite crowded. It's has a nice trail and a beautiful waterfall that you can climb behind (not advised but hey). If it freezes during the winter, it is beautiful and bright blue. Even Andrew Zimmern was there to check it out!

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