Hiking Trail (SHT) is the finest hiking trail in the Midwest
and among the top 10 trails in the nation. Originating in Duluth,
this long-distance trail clings to the ridgeline above Lake Superior
to its final destination: Canada.
Hikers access the SHT at points along county and forest roads
and in the state parks that the trail links together. Trails
are created and maintained by the volunteers of the Superior
Hiking Trail Association, which offers memberships and a catalog
of merchandise. They are the source for maps, hike schedules,
trail detail sheets, and a guidebook, which is strongly recommended.
Hiking Trail Association
Click on a location
below for Hiking Trails in that area
*Obtain a map & familiarize yourself with the trail
*Allow an hour for each two to three miles of trail
*Let someone know your route and expected return time
*Carry water, high-energy snacks, sunscreen, bug repellent,
a flashlight and rain gear
*Wear sturdy shoes or hiking boots
*Always pack out what you bring in - dispose of trash responsibly
*Trails cross private, county, state and federal lands - please respect this
*Consider bringing binoculars and a camera
*Use common sense
Here are links to everything you need for your next North Shore visit!
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