Moved here recently from St. Louis so used to hiking in the rugged Ozarks along rocky, naturalistic trails. Also have extensively hiked GSMNP. This is one of the few parks I can find similar rocky, rugged and natural trials like the Ozarks, though much shorter in length. So many of the MN trails are wide, grassy and obviously mowed for winter CX ski use. It is so nice to enjoy a walk in a more natural setting. The Kettle River is very pretty, Wolf Ridge Falls is also a lovely spot and the hikes aren't really very challenging to get to beautiful views. Guessing in the summer the mosquitos are bad, but that's MN for you! Hiked this at end of September .... no bugs. If you love rugged, rocky, naturalized trails with beautiful river and waterfall scenery then this park is for you.
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