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Fond du Lac State Forest Trails
Minnesota section is 115 miles long with one end in Morrison County near Royalton and the other at Saunders, south of Superior, Wis.,
where it is called the Saunders State Trail. The trail is built primarily on former railroad grade for a flat trail with sweeping turns. The
eastern portion of the trail, in Carlton County, is especially scenic with a trestle bridge over the Kettle River and woodsy terrain. Its trail
cousin, Soo Line North, bisects the north-central area of Minnesota. The two intersect in Moose Lake. The Soo Line South also connects
to the Red Top Trail, Solana State Forest and Loop, the Soo Pits ATV Trails and Foxy Loop.
Highway 61 and I-35W to the Soo Pits area. It features 5 miles of twisties, with the
highlight of a pit with piles, steep walls and rims for climbing and scrambling. This
area is suited to a more experienced rider, or those who want to build skills.
and within Solana State Forest. The entire state forest,
though, is open to off-highway vehicles on signed roads
only. Temporary closures may happen after major rains.
The forest is wooded with mature oaks, featuring gently
rolling hills and many swampy areas. The Snake, Rice and
Split Rock rivers run through this forest.
Highway 27 for six and a half
miles, east on County Road 2 for
six miles, south on County Road 26
for one and a half miles, and left
on 150th Place to parking. Access
also available via the Soo Line
South trailhead on the west side
of Highway 65, south of the Snake
offers a variety of terrain for all skill levels, including some challenging stretches.
Within the Red Top trails, the Adventure Trail lives up to its name with rocky
sections, steep hills and marshy areas. Beginners will enjoy the sandy main loop,
as well as the sand dunes, gravel piles and a water hole. There is a trail shelter near
Bergman Brook and a campground along the Snake River.