Explore Minnesota's North Shore
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Adventures along Minnesota's North Shore
Minnesota's North Shore is a 154-mile stretch of waterfalls, mixed woods, rocky and pebbled shoreline, small towns that hang on to their heritage and, of course, commanding Lake Superior views. The North Shore Scenic Drive (State-61) runs 150 miles from Duluth at the southwestern tip of the lake to Grand Portage at the Canadian border. Along the way, visitors with even a teeny bit of adventure stirring inside them can't resist the eight state parks (including Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, left) or the Superior Hiking Trail. But the towns are remarkable, too.
Click ahead for some of our favorite experiences along the North Shore. Want to share yours? Add a comment below.