June 6 is National Trails Day and the City of Duluth has many ways for you to participate! Why shouldn't we celebrate our local trails, we're known for them. Whether it's running, biking or hiking our trails are award-winning and growing more and more popular. We have over 180 miles of trails to explore, get out and enjoy!
It's expected with the spring-like weather we've been experiencing. Wet, soggy trails that are used for running, hiking and biking. The scenery is beautiful, but the footing unsteady and to save the trail from being worn down and damaged, we need to refrain from using it until we dry up (which will hopefully be soon!)
It's going to be hard, because the weather is warming up and the sun is shining, but the City of Duluth is asking that you refrain from using the public trails. Obviously, the additional snow and rain we've been experiencing has made the trails very muddy and wet and if used, they can be damaged permanently.
The City of Duluth Parks and Recreation is in need of your opinions regarding our city park and trail priorities. It's easy to voice your thoughts and concerns at the City of Duluth Parks website. What would you like to see?