Hike Duluth is a group that relishes the chance to explore nature and Duluth's many hiking trails. They're hosting several guided hikes for women throughout the area and the first is Tuesday, July 17.

This first of these hikes will take place at the Lincoln Park pavilion from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.  Participants should meet before 6:00 p.m. at the park entrance located off West 3rd Street at 25th Avenue West.

While the Hike Duluth Facebook page currently only lists the Lincoln Park hike for their organized hikes, there certainly isn't a lack of Duluth trails to choose from for future guided hikes.

If you want to get out and explore, here are just some of the Northland trails you can choose from, courtesy of DuluthOutdoors.com:

Lester/Amity Trail System
Trail head: On the west side of Lester River Road about one block up from the intersection with Superior Street
Distance: About 1 mile
Difficulty: Beginning – Advanced

Congdon Park Trail
Trail head: 32nd Ave East and Superior Street
Distance: 1.5 miles
Difficulty: Easy

Chester Park Trail 
Trail head: 19th Ave East and Kent Road at Chester Park or at the upper end at Chester Parkway and Skyline Boulevard
Distance: 2 miles
Difficulty: Challenging

Hartley Park Trail
Trail head: Fairmont & Woodland Aves
Distance: Over 5 miles
Difficulty: Various

Trail head: Canal Park
3 miles to 26th Ave E
Difficulty: Easy

Magney-Snively Trail
Trail head: 9900 block of West Skyline Parkway
Distance: 9 miles
Difficulty: Intermediate – Advanced

Kingsbury Creek Trail 
Trail head: At the end of Waseca Street just north of 72nd Ave West
Distance: 1.3 miles
Difficulty: Challenging

Park Point Trail 
Trail head: At the far end of Park Point past the recreation area
Distance: 4 miles
Difficulty: Challenging

Western Waterfront Trail
Trail head: Across the street from the Lake Superior Zoo at 74th Ave West
Distance: 5 miles
Difficulty: Easy

Mission Creek Trails
Trail head: Hwy 23 & 131st Ave W
Distance: 3.75 miles
Difficulty: Challenging

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