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This was a really nice hike. You are going along cross country ski trails most of the way so the path is wide which is nice so you can stay out of the weeds and any possible poison ivy. It also helps you avoid the...More
Love this hike!
Shelby C must have parked at the closer lot, much easier hike, yes, part of an old, grown over, logging road that is now a ski trail. This hike follows Devils Track River with the deepest gorge in Northern MN. Park at...More
It was worth the couple hrs hiking , the views once on top are amazing. Make sure you have good shoes on due to hiking on different trail surfaces- rock, moss ect. No bugs when we went this weekend! Bring water.
I couldn’t find any reviews of actual MTB here outside of a few brief trail updates on MTB apps. I wanted to try the trails since we brought our bikes. MTB is fair to partly cloudy north of Duluth. However we all the rock they...More
I'll preface by saying that I went on this hike when it was way hotter than I would have preferred, which certainly played into my opinion of this hike.
The overlook was great! A relatively easy hike, but long and uninteresting until the end. The...More
We hiked Pincushion to the top and it was worth it. The view is great! The trail is grassy most of the way and we wore shorts, so we had to think about wood ticks the whole way. There are parts of the trail that...More
If you're in Grand Marais even for a day, make sure to drive up to the Pincushion Trail system and stop to admire the great view of Grand Marais, the harbor, and the Sawtooth range. Stay for just a few minutes or hike one of...More
Hi. I think we took 5th street (one of the streets from Grand Marais up the hill to 12 which is the Gunflint trail and then the pincushion Mtn trail head - there was a sign off to the right that said Pincushion Mountain- It... More
Hi. I think we took 5th street (one of the streets from Grand Marais up the hill to 12 which is the Gunflint trail and then the pincushion Mtn trail head - there was a sign off to the right that said Pincushion Mountain- It was about 4-5 miles from downtown Grand Marais.