Located in Minnesota, the dirt biking in Duluth offers more than a half-dozen beautiful dirt biking trails. The best Duluth dirt biking based on popularity are considered to be Big Aspen Trail, Gandy Dancer Trail, General Andrews State Forest, St Croix State Forest, and Yellow Birch Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Duluth dirt biking trail below.
Southwest of Duluth and north of Willow River in Pine County, the General CC Andrews State Forest has 9 miles of off-road motorcycle trails. These state forest trails are well-marked and maintained for dirt biking.
South of Duluth and southwest of Marksville in the St Croix State Forest, the St Croix State Forest Snowmobile Trail is heavily used by off-road motorcycle riders in the summer. The 23 mile route is well marked and maintained. There are 4 trailhead parking areas.
South of Duluth and southwest of Marksville in the St Croix State Forest, a 15 mile stretch of the Gandy Dancer Trail passes through the St Croix State Forest. The route along an old railroad grade is heavily used by off-road motorcycle riders in the summer and snowmobiliers in the winter.
North of Duluth and Virginia in the Superior National Forest, the Big Aspen Trail is a 20 mile multi-purpose route. The looping trail system follows old logging roads and railroad grades while passing through pine and hardwood forests. It has a hard-packed dirt and grass surface.