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Project Status: Construction
Project Overview: The Duluth Traverse is a multi-use trail system linking neighborhoods and people to green spaces and our parks. It is a single-track, natural surface trail, purpose built for mountain bikes, stretching the entire ridge line of Duluth from Lester Park in the east to Chambers Grove Park in the west. It will be the first 100-mile trail system of its kind, wholly within an urban environment. By the end of the 2017 build season, 85 miles had been completed. This project is a shared vision between The City of Duluth and the Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores (COGGS).
Although purpose built for mountain biking this trail is intended to be a multi-use trail system open to all human-powered users. Besides mountain bikers, trail users include: runners, hikers, dog walkers, fat tire winter bikers, snowshoers and backcountry skiers.
When completed the Duluth Traverse Trail System will improve upon, expand, and link existing multi-use trail centers at Lester Park, Hartley Park, Piedmont/Brewer Park, Spirit Mountain and Mission Creek Park.
Construction Update: Construction of the following trail projects is anticipated to be completed 2019:
Duluth Traverse Mini Master Plan
Project Partner: Cyclists of the Gitchee Gumee Shores (COGGS)
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