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A spring pedal on the Root River Trail reveals southern Minnesota’s finest—scenic landscapes, food and drink, even native trout—without the summer crowd.
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Can curiosity and good questions heal our divides? Krista Tippett’s On Being podcast (with 53 million annual downloads) says yes.
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Minnesota’s quirky roadside attractions include a giant ball of twine, a 55-foot-tall Jolly Green Giant and several iterations of everyone’s favorite blue ox and lumberman. Hunting down these...
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Whether you’re interested in experimenting with IPAs and sours, perfecting your cheese pairings or dialing in your game of one-handed corn hole, these spring beer festivals are the perfect cure for...
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Minnesota’s winter landscape can be as beautiful as it is harsh—especially along the shore of Lake Superior. If you’re ready to take on the cold, here's a list of five great photography spots up...
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Entrepreneurial immigrants bring the flavors of their native lands to restaurants in the Heartland.
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A Minneapolis couple leans on wanderlust, persistence, poetry and science in their search to view the aurora borealis.
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300 miles, 450 dogs and a rare breed of humans: 400 volunteers brave ice, snow and sleepless nights to host the longest mushing event in the lower 48.
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Solve a mystery at Cedar Point's new attraction this summer, learn about Wisconsin's agriculture industry in Manitowoc and check out a new literary festival in Minneapolis.
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These Minnesota accommodations—treehouse, tipi, train car, lighthouse and more—blend whimsy, comfort and kitsch for a one-of-a-kind experience.

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