Grand Rapids & Biking:
MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN
The Grand Rapids, Minnesota area has over 100 miles of bike trails that you can ride all seasons. For paved trails we suggest: City of Grand Rapids and Cohasset biking and walking trails and the Mesabi Trail. For off-road trails we suggest: Tioga Recreation Area (NEW 25+ mile world class, purpose built multi level mountain bike trails), Chippewa National Forest trail roads, and Legion Trail.
Over the River & Through the Woods
Find yourself off the beaten path on one of the many trails in the Grand Rapids area. From novice to expert, there are trails for you with nature scenes that will take your breath away.
Choose your Adventure:
- Tioga Recreation Area new world class, 25+ mile purpose-built mountain bike trail.
- Legion Trails Map
- Get Fit Itasca Interactive Maps
- City of Grand Rapids Trail Map
- Itasca County Trail Maps
- Minnesota DNR Hiking Resources
- GRIMBA (Grand Rapids and Itasca Mountain Bike Association)
Experience the Chip:
1.6 million acres to explore, the Chippewa is a celebration of seasons, cultures & the environment.
Where will you start?
- Camp Rabideau
- Cut Foot Sioux Trail
- Johnson Lake Trails
- Joyce Estate
- Lost Forty
- Simpson Creek Trail
- Sugar Lake Trails
- Suomi Hills Trail
- Trout Lake Trail
Hike All Seasons:
You can experience the beauty of the Northwoods all year long! Check out more information about snowshoeing!
These multipurpose trails located conveniently in Grand Rapids proper offer an easily accessible opportunity to hike Minnesota’s Nature! Map
Get Fit Itasca Interactive Maps
Need Grand Rapids Area maps on the go? Get fit Itasca has you covered! Check out there interactive trail maps
Itasca County Trails
Find adventures all over the county. Explore Itasca County Trail Maps
MN DNR Hiking Resources
Looking for tips and tricks for how to have fun on Minnesota trails and stay safe! The MN DNR has lots of helpful resources
Hike the Chippewa National Forest
Camp Rabideau Hike this historic 1935 CCC Camp nestled between Benjamin and Carls Lake. More Information
Cut Foot Sioux Trail
Enjoy hiking this trail alongside horseback riders. Don’t forget to check out the Cut Foot Sioux Visitor Center for interpretative programing through the summer months. More Information
Tour the land once used by wealthy lumber baron David Joyce as a summer home and peak at many structures that still remain to this day. More Information
Get a glimpse at 350 year old pine trees in this unique area of forest untouched by the lumber industry due to a surveying error. More information
Simpson Creek Trail
14 miles of trail wind through pines, lakes and glacial eskers. More Information
This truly rustic hiking opportunity is a short distance from Grand Rapids. Many small lakes dot the trails and offer a variety of fishing opportunities. More information