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Northern Minnesota Snowmobile Clubs
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Snowmobile Cook County Ridge Riders Snowmobile Club
PO Box 665 Grand Marais, Minnesota 55604
Phone: 218.387.9392 or toll free at: 800.897.7669

Snowmobile Finland Snowmobile Club
7344 HWY 1
Finland, Minnesota 55603
Phone: 218.353.7671

Snowmobile Grand Portage Snowmobile Club 
Grand Portage, Minnesota
Phone: 218.475.2401

Snowmobile Lutsen Trailbreakers Snowmobile Club 
PO Box 93 Lutsen, Minnesota 55612

Snowmobile Pequaywan Area Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club 
Duluth, Minnesota
Phone: 218.848.2510

Snowmobile Reservoir Riders Snowmobile Club 
Duluth, Minnesota
Phone: 218.721.4147

Snowmobile Silver Trail Riders Snowmobile Club 
Silver Bay, Minnesota
Phone: 218.226.3717

Snowmobile Voyageur Snowmobile Club
PO Box 190 Two Harbors, Minnesota 55616
Phone: 218.834.6585 or toll free at: 800.777.7384

 

Ontario Canada Snowmobile Clubs
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Snowmobile Atikokan Ontario Sno-Ho Snowmobile Club
P.O. Box 55 Atikokan, ON P0T 1C0
Phone: 807.929.2245

Emergency Contacts - DIAL 911

Duluth Area EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile Duluth Police Dept.  218.730.5400 EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile St. Louis County Sheriff  - South Area 218.727.8770  North of Cotton Area  218.749.6010 EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile Minnesota State Patrol  218.723.4885 EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Lake County / Two Harbors Area EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile Two Harbors Police  218.834.5566 EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile Lake County Sheriff  218.834.8385 EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile Silver Bay Police  218.226.4486 EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile Minnesota State Patrol  218.723.4885 EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Cook County Area - covers all of Cook County
[ Schroeder, Tofte, Lutsen, Grand Marais, Gunflint Trail, Croftville, Colvill, Hovland, and Grand Portage ] EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile Cook County Sheriff  218.387.3030 EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile Minnesota State Patrol  218.723.4885 EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Ontario, Canada Area EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Snowmobile Ontario Provincial Police 1.888.310.1122 EMERGENCY in Ontario DIAL 911

 

North Shore State Snowmobile Trail
From Duluth to Grand Marais, Minnesota the 153 mile long North Shore State Snowmobile Trail system traverses St. Louis, Lake and Cook Counties of northeastern Minnesota, along the vistas overlooking Lake Superior. The trail system winds its way through forests and nearby Lake Superior scenic overlooks.

More Local North Shore Snowmobile Trails

Duluth Cross Town Trail - West Section 33 miles West area of Duluth, Minnesota

Duluth Cross Town Trail - East Section 12 miles East area of Duluth, Minnesota

Taft Trail North out of Duluth, Minnesota

Pequaywan Lake Trail 10 miles North out of Duluth, Minnesota

Two Harbors Corridor Trail 9.6 miles East end of Two Harbors, Minnesota

Gooseberry State Park Trail 3-9 miles Located at Hwy 61 and Gooseberry River/State Park

Red Dot Trail 15 miles East end of Beaver Bay, Minnesota

Tettegouche Trail 10 miles and Sawtooth Trail 15 miles East of Silver Bay, Minnesota

Moose Walk Trail 15 miles North of Silver Bay, Minnesota

Tomahawk Trail 86 miles North of Little Marais, Minnesota

Lutsen Trail System 67 miles Between Tofte, Minnesota and Cascade River State Park

The X Trail North of Cascade River State Park and leads to the Gunflint Trail System

Grand Marais Trail 5.5 miles

Gunflint Trail System 125 miles

Grand Portage Trail System Over 100 miles of loops, great scenery and well groomed trails.

Ontario Snowmobile Trails from the Gunflint Trail/Gunflint Lake/Sag Lake area.

Gunflint Trail Scenic Byway
Gunflint Trail Lodging

 

Trail Ethics and Common Sense [maps]
Most of the trails in the Minnesota Arrowhead/Northeastern Minnesota are wilderness trails, or adjacent to wilderness areas. Trails cross private and public land and are developed and maintained through a Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MN DNR) Grant-In-Aid 'GIA' program. Local snowmobile groups act in conjunction with the state to create, groom and maintain area trails. If you intend to use a state trail or GIA trail you must possess a state trail sticker.  Otherwise snowmobiling is free of charge in Minnesota as long as your snowmobile is registered here, or in your home state or province. A 50 MPH speed limit is in effect unless otherwise posted. Watch out for dog sledding teams, moose, deer and approaching snowmobiles. Stay off ski trails - Lodges and resorts spend large amounts of money grooming their ski trails, and when sledders destroy the skinny skiing trails, it gives all of us a bad rap!

Be prepared; ALWAYS RIDE WITH OTHERS, have a current map, and bring repair items. Other items you better bring with are: emergency food, water, flash light, cell phone, belt, fuel and oil. Leave your itinerary with a friend or family member and get a local weather forecast. See emergency contacts incase of emergencies.

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Updated Jan 11, 2017