Arrowhead State Trail

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  • Registration and trail pass required on snowmobiles, ski-pass required for skiers. Horse Trail pass required for equestrians.

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Directions

  • There are many locations to access the 135-mile trail route. Popular locations are at road crossings and via feeder trails from the communities of Tower, Cook, Orr, Ericburg and International Falls. See a state or local map for details.

Other Date Information

  • Year round. Winter grooming generally late Dec - mid-Mar. Open for summer use (mainly mid section from west end of Lake Vermilion north to Lake Kabetogama.) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Attraction Attributes

  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

Length

  • 135 miles

Route

  • The trail is relatively flat between International Falls and the Ash River. Southern trail features rolling hills with numerous lakes and streams.

Scenery

  • Southern trail has many hills with large areas of exposed rock and enormous boulders. This part is heavily timbered with a mix of hardwoods and conifers. This mix of trees on the Arrowhead is spectacularly colorful in autumn.

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