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Biking on the Chippewa National Forest has changed dramatically over the last ten years. Ten years ago, mountain bikes were the only option to travel a limited number of bike trails. Today, 41 miles of paved bike trails line the west side of the Forest and mountain bikers can travel over 43 miles of unpaved trails on the east side between Deer River and Marcell. Biking Flyer | Migizi Bike Trail Map | Paul Bunyan and Heartland State Trails
Minnesota’s Mississippi River Trail winds roughly 620 miles downriver from its source within Itasca State Park to the Iowa border. Located largely on the shoulders of paved roads and on low-traffic roads, the route also includes relatively long segments of scenic state and regional trails.
The Chippewa National Forest Trails Data is now available to the public on the internet. You now have several options to find National Forest Trails:
- The interactive trail map is available on the Forest Service website at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/ivm/
- The interactive trail map is also available at the data.gov site at: http://www.data.gov/ enter “forest service trails” in search box and select ARCmap preview button.