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Level: Advanced
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +786/ -380 ft
Total: 110 riders

Mountain Biking Piedmont

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#5 of 137 mountain bike trails in Minnesota
#242 in the world

The 10-mile trail, which includes numerous bridges and features, runs over and through terrain that's perfect for technical mountain-bike riding; significant elevation changes and large rocky bluffs provide endless options for the adventurous riders.

First added by snowkat1052 on Sep 22, 2010. Last updated Nov 28, 2023. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Piedmont ski trail parking lot: From the intersection of Piedmont Avenue and 24th Avenue West (which is in a small area where Piedmont, West Skyline Parkway, and 24th, and Trinity Road/MN Highway 53 all meet, cross, or run close to each other), bear left on to Hutchinson Road. The parking lot, on the left, is almost exactly across Hutchinson from Adirondack Street.
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Dry (on Aug 23, 2019)
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Rider questions

Q: Is this trail pet friendly?

Q: Are there any trails that are paved in the area?
A: There's a few. I rode some of the Duluth Lakewalk along Lake Superior that starts at Canal Park (the lift bridge) and runs east. The Munger Trail is another, though I believe there's construction on that one right now (summer 2017). While not really a trail or path, there is plenty of room to ride out on the Spit after you cross the lift bridge. We had rented an AirBnB on the Spit and I rode out there every day. We also rode the DWP west from Spirit Mountain, which isn't paved, but does run on an old rail line. Depending on your skill level you may be able to ride it with a Cross bike, but I was glad I had a mountain bike on that one because I'm not that good. :-)