Hiking The Kekekabic Trail
The 13th most popular hiking trail in Minnesota.
Friday 22 July 2016 04:44 GMT
Northeast of Ely in the Superior National Forest, the Kekekabic Trail is a 38 mile hiking route. Keep an eye out for moose and wolves. Also, there are several great campsites.
The eastern trailhead is off Gunflint Trail Road (CR12) and the western trailhead is at the end of Fernberg Road (CR18).
Overall, Kekekabic Trail is the 13th most popular hiking trail of all 31 hikes in Minnesota. Several of the better hiking trails are nearby Kekekabic Trail including Arrowhead State Trail, Secret / Blackstone Trail System, Baker Lake / Johnson Lake Loop, Wheeler Peak Trail, Hendrys Creek / Mount Moriah Trail and Big Aspen TrailLaurentian Trail.