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ATVentures 2016
ARROWHEAD
Moose Run Trail Red Dot Trail
Stony Spur II Trail Moose Walk Trail
Tower Multi-Use Trail
Silver Bay Links
Distance:
Red Dot: 30 miles; Moose Walk: 22 miles; Moose Run: 12 miles
Difficulty:
Easiest; Easiest to More Difficult on Moose Walk
Parking/Trailhead Location(s):
Red Dot: From Beaver Bay the trailhead is
located on the north side of Highway 4, a half-mile northwest of Highway 61.
Silver Bay hosts two parking areas on Highway 5 on the west side of town
and the other in town. Moose Walk/Run: From Finland/Highway 1 drive east
on Lake County Highway 7 or west on County Road 701 for about 2 miles.
Season:
May 15 to November 30
Vehicles Allowed:
Facilities:
Silver Bay/ Beaver Bay: food, fuel, restrooms, lodging; Finland:
food, fuel, camping
More Information:
Red Dot and Moose Walk: Bill Ylatupa, Trail Administrator,
218-220-8189; Moose Run: LeRoy Teschendorf, 218-353-7337
The trail system in the neighboring towns of Silver Bay, Beaver Bay and Finland areas
offer more than 60 miles of scenic opportunity along Lake Superior's North Shore. The
Red Dot links the Silver Bay and Beaver Bay and then makes a swing through Tettegouche
State Park. It offers high, vast vistas over the great lake. There are picnic areas, shelters,
restrooms and camping locations throughout the network, as well as lodging and fuel in
the towns. The Moose Walk Trail heads north from Red Dot toward Finland and the Moose
Run Trail. These are remote, hilly and winding trails through the Sawtooth Mountains.
TO FINLAND
LAKE
SUPERIOR
TETTAGOUCHE ST ATE PARK
1
402
4
5
3
61
BEAVER
BAY
SILVER
BAY