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Minnesota Fall Hikes

Looking for a great place to hike in Minnesota this fall? While there are hundreds of wonderful options, these trails stand out for their natural beauty, wide range of scenery and fantastic fall color. From the northeast corner to the southern border, these trails are the perfect places to enjoy nature and get some exercise in the great outdoors. Plan your trip to visit one or all this fall, and find places to stay and other things to do to round out your getaway. [Cover image: @youreseethrough on Instagram]

  • 1.

    Springbrook Nature Center

    Springbrook Nature Center

    Enjoy a 3 mile hiking trail through woodlands, prairies, and over floating boardwalks

  • 2.

    Glendalough State Park

    Glendalough State Park

    Catch the foliage in full fall splendor along Annie Battle Lake Trail

  • 3.

    William O'Brien State Park

    William O'Brien State Park

    Riverside trails for hiking, fishing, and camping close to the Twin Cities

  • 4.

    Kaplan’s Woods Park

    Kaplan’s Woods Park

    From beginner trails at the lake and Straight River's edge to advanced trails through hilly wooded areas

  • 5.

    Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge

    Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge

    Refuge/sanctuary preserving & restoring oak savanna, wetland, & prairie habitat for an array of wildlife

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