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Central Lakes State Trail

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Length  55 mi (89 km)
Designation  Minnesota state trail
Trail difficulty  Easy
Location  Central Minnesota, USA
Grade  Nearly level
Trailheads  Fergus Falls, Osakis
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Use  Biking, hiking, in-line skating, snowmobiling
Sights  Christina Lake, Alexandria, Lake Osakis

The Central Lakes State Trail is a paved recreational rail trail in central Minnesota, USA, running along a former Burlington Northern Railroad line. The trail is marked with mileposts every mile, corresponding with the mile markers of the former railroad line. Snowmobile use is allowed on the trail in winter, conditions permitting.

Contents

Map of Central Lakes Trail, Minnesota, USA

Description of the trail

The 55-mile (89 km) trail begins in Osakis at the western end of the Lake Wobegon Trail and runs parallel to Interstate 94 before ending in Fergus Falls. This trail passes through the towns of Nelson, Alexandria, Garfield, Brandon, Evanston, Melby, Ashby, and Dalton. The Central Lakes and Lake Wobegon trails combine for a continuous 117-mile (188 km) trail.

References

Central Lakes State Trail Wikipedia


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