Lake County: a snomobiler's dream
Whether you wish to play in the powder, skim across frozen lakes, or ride first-class tour trails, snowmobiling stands central to winter up north. Nearly 400 miles of groomed snowmobile tracks in Lake County allow you to explore the spectacular Lake Superior shoreline, adjacent ridges, lakes, state and national forests, and charming towns.
The C.J. Ramstad/North Shore Trail delivers some of Minnesota’s most ruggedly beautiful scenery. It extends 146 miles from Duluth to Grand Marais. It runs through St. Louis, Lake, and Cook counties in northeastern Minnesota, winding its way through the forests on the ridgeline overlooking Lake Superior.
Lake County’s Two Harbors Corridor Trail/Yukon Trail connects to the North Shore Trail and the Tomahawk Trail, which leads to Ely, MN.
Many sledders can find lodging that easily accommodates groups and is located right off the trails for easy access.