Sample Duluth’s Cross-country Ski Trails During The Tour Duluth

The Duluth XC Ski Club holds its 10th annual Tour Duluth on Saturday, March 8. The event is a celebration of skiing in which participants ski as many of Duluth’s cross-country ski trails as they wish.

There’s no fee for the event, but a Minnesota Ski Pass is required for most of the trails.

After the event, skiers will gather for a dinner at Hartley Nature Center provided by Duluth Grill and the Thirsty Pagan. That’s free for Duluth XC members and $8 for guests ($5 for youth 5-12).

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3 Responses

  1. Jon jarvinen

    Newspaper should have an article explaining the reservation system the Park Service is starting this April in the Voyageurs National Park. This affects lots of people in northern mn, as well as the entire state. They are changing from a “first come, first serve” system to a “must reserve a site” one.


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