Join us December 3rd and 4th for the Duluth Winter Village, hosted by Glensheen.
The 32nd annual John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon started today at 11am at the gravel pit off Lake County Highway 2. The race was founded in 1980 and holds the title of the longest sled dog race in the lower 48 states.
Taking advantage of the great weather in Duluth we went out with Jodi, owner of E3 Twin Ports, to explore Kingsbury Creek up to the Superior Hiking Trail! Jodi took us to a location none of us had been to in West Duluth and guided us through the hike. Once we were ready for a break Jodi had us stand in a circle to go over things we can do in our daily life to have happier and healthier lives. This included actions inspired by TED talks like snaps, hugs and cheering that left us feeling refreshed. Scroll down to learn more about Jodi and E3 Twin Ports.
Park Point is the place to be during the warm Duluth summers. Long stretches of clean soft sand allow for beach games, tanning and for the brave- swimming in Lake Superior. If you drive to the end of Park Point you will find soccer fields and beach volleyball courts in front of the beach house that serves snacks and beverages. In addition to the beaches there are local annual Duluth events that showcase the diversity and culture of Duluth.
Are you looking for a great place to get a panoramic view of Duluth? Look no further than Enger Tower! Enger Tower is located on top of Enger Hill (that makes sense eh?) it is a 5 story blue stone observation tower that sits at an elevation of 451 feet above Lake Superior.
We sure love to eat outdoors, especially during the summer and fall seasons in Duluth. When it’s warm out, everyone in Duluth loves taking in the picturesque surroundings and panoramic lake views.
Duluth’s landmark Aerial Lift Bridge can be seen on postcards and emblazoned on sweatshirts, business logos and city tourism. It is easily one of the city’s most recognizable places, connecting Duluth’s Canal Park at Lake Avenue to a seven-mile peninsula that locals have labeled Park Point (technically an island and officially, Minnesota Point).