The Best Snowmobiling Fun in Northern Minnesota
Winter in Northern Minnesota is spectacular, and we are fortunate to enjoy a plethora of winter activities, including cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.
Snowmobiling is a particular favorite of many Minnesotans, and if you’re looking for some great trails to ride, you won’t have to look far.
Paul Bunyan Trail
The Paul Bunyan trail is hugely popular, with over 120 miles of groomed trails; don’t forget your map! It’s perfect for all levels of riders and offers 14 trail towns to stop and enjoy along the way. For more information about the Paul Bunyan Trail, click here.
The 50-mile Heartland Trail runs from Park Rapids to Cass Lake and is a local favorite due to the stunning forest of towering pine forests and the many lakes and streams it weaves around and over. For more info on the Heartland Trail, click here.
Chippewa National Forest
The Chippewa National Forest is another great place to snowmobile, with over 315 miles of trails that can be accessed. You’ll love the views along the trails, which include scenic woodlands, frozen wetlands, and 1,300 lakes! The trails connect to nearly 200 miles of routes beyond the Forest. For more information, please click here.