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Red Dot/Moose Walk and Moose Run Stony Spur II ATV Trail Soo Line South
Distance:
Red Dot:
27.6 miles Moose Walk/Run: 26 miles
Difficulty:
Easy
Parking/Trailhead Location(s):
Red Dot:
From Beaver Bay the trailhead is located on the north side
of Highway 4 a half-mile west of Highway 61. From Silver Bay the
trailhead is off Highway 5 on the west side of town.
Moose Walk/
Run:
From Finland go east on Lake County Highway 7 for two miles
to the parking area on the south side of the highway.
Season:
May 15 to November 30
Vehicles Allowed:
Facilities:
Silver Bay:
food, fuel, restrooms, lodging.
More Information:
Bill Ylatupa, Trail Administrator - 218-226-4608
MnDNR Trails and Waterways Office, Two Harbors
218-834-1430
Red Dot/Moose Walk and
Moose Run
The scenic Red Dot, Moose Walk and Moose Run trails are hidden jewels of off-road
riding in the state. The Red Dot Trail connects Silver Bay and Beaver Bay as it slices
through forests with spectacular overlooks. It connects to the northern Moose Walk
and Moose Run trails that roll through the Finland State Forest, complete with tall
stands of trees and other scenic sights.
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SUPERIOR
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4
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BEAVER
BAY
SILVER
BAY
Distance:
26 miles
Difficulty:
Easy
Parking/Trailhead Location(s):
Parking is located just outside downtown Babbitt near the
intersection of Highway 21 and Highway 70, one-quarter mile
east on the south side of the road near the softball complex.
Season:
April 1 to November 30
Vehicles Allowed:
Facilities:
Babbitt:
food, fuel,
restrooms, lodging.
More Information:
Babbitt ATV and Snowmobile Club
218-827-3504
Stony Spur II ATV Trail
The 26-mile Stony Spur II ATV
Trail begins in Babbitt and goes
east just south of Bear Island
State Forest and through some
of Minnesota's most remote
highland and canyon country.
Cruising from Babbitt eastward,
riders venture through clusters
of giant boulders, cedar and
aspen tree stands as well as over
streams and rivers. With the
trail's remote location, be sure to
pack food, water and fuel.
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