Along the Shore
Grand Marais—Snow has begun falling in the Northland and snowmobilers are making plans to head out to their favorite riding areas. Last winter, the U.S. Forest Service updated its travel management snowmobile rules, so some riders
North Shore—Snow is falling, temperatures dropping and things are at long last starting to look like winter along the North Shore. This wintry change can only mean one thing; youth ski programs have arrived.
With hundreds of kilometers of gorgeous ski trails from Duluth
International Falls—The Arrowhead 135 is often listed among the toughest endurance races in the world. This human-powered ultra-marathon covers 135 miles along the Arrowhead State Trail from International Falls to Tower.
Competitors can choose to compete
Duluth—John Morton, founder of Morton Trails, and Noah Brautigam, trail designer and GIS analyst with Morton Trails, visited Duluth, MN in October to continue design work on the proposed Grand Avenue Nordic Center cross country ski trail.
Duluth—Maintaining a stable blood supply around the holidays is challenging as many people head out of town to enjoy time with family, but the need for blood is constant. Every two seconds
St. Paul—Minnesota will release a new critical habitat license plate early next year with a design that will feature pollinators in their native habitat, according to the DNR. The new design will be selected from a public contest among Minnesota artists and their original artwork.