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Parks & nature in Duluth

Scenic Viewpoint
“Mountain Biking, Alpine Skiing, Timber Slide, Bar at the bottom of the hill is new, and great views from the lodge at the top. Ski swap, Snowcross, and lots of events.”
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Other Great Outdoors
“Variety of summer and winter Nature activities here (including cc ski and snowshoe last i checked). Checkout their website.”
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Café
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“The perfect spot for weekend brunch, Special Chef dinners, small groups or seminars.”
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“1) Incredible views of the lake, summer and winter; 2) exceptional bird migration viewing Aug-Oct (roughly) 3) easy walking on road in summer and winter, and access to a bit more rugged trails - superb views ”
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“A spectacular extension of Leif Erikson Park, Duluth's Rose Garden offers a beautiful arrangement of more than 3,000 rose bushes and other floral delights. There's also a fountain, a marble gazebo, an herb garden and plenty of benches overlooking the lake.”
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“Bayfront Festival Park makes summer concerts on the beautiful shores of Lake Superior better! In winter, Bayfront really comes to life with an outdoor skating rink and the wonder of winter. Also experience the magic of nearly 3 million lights illuminating the park during the Bentleyville Tour of Lights.”
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“The Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve is open year-round to public for study and enjoyment. With over 4 miles of hiking trails, you can explore geology, flora, and wildlife.”
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“Known for exquisite roses, but peonies and dozens of other plant varieties to catch your fancy all summer and fall. ”
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“Great place for biking, jogging, & rollerblading. If you’re feeling adventurous, hit the trail with your bike and make your way to the Buffalo House for a burger and a beer. Round trip including burger and beer(s) 2.5-3hrs”
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“Almost 2 miles of cushy running/walking/skiing trails right out the back door.”
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“Many great restaurants, bars, shopping & relaxing while people watching at Canal Park.”
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Trail
“The Riverside entrance is just off of Spring Street as you're heading toward the marina. (About 2 blocks from 8 England Ave) Enjoy a nice little hike.”
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“The Superior Municipal Forest is comprised of 4,400 acres of forest and natural habitat, making it the third largest forest within a city in the nation. It is the best remaining example of a boreal forest (conifers and hardwood, including white and red pine, balsam, cedar, black spruce, white birch, and aspen) in the state of Wisconsin. Activities include: Hiking/mountain biking, Archery hunting/archery range, Cross-country skiing/skijoring/snowshoeing (no designated snowshoe trails), Snowmobile/ATV trails (winter months only), Wildlife & plants, and Dog Park”
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“Enger Park contains a gazebo, a pavilion, gardens, and the Peace Bell, a replica of a cherished temple bell in Ohara, Japan, one of Duluth's sister cities, as well as Enger Memorial Tower which sits five hundred feet above Lake Superior, providing a stunning view of the Duluth-Superior Harbor.”
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