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Winter Adventure Starts Here

Pier B puts you on the map and places you right in the center of Duluth, MN outdoor adventure. No matter what time of year you visit, our collection of local trails, destinations, and on-site guest favorite activities are ready to be explored. From fat tire biking to snowshoeing to paddle boarding, there’s an adventure waiting for you! Check out our interactive map below to start planning your next Northland outdoor adventure now! 

Activities at Pier B
Cross Country Ski
Snow Shoeing
Fat Tire Biking
Downhill Ski/Snowboard
Snowmobile
Tubing
Ice Skating
Ice Climbing
Dog Sledding

WINTER ADVENTURE

Enjoy a scenic, brief walk to Duluth’s greatest attractions. Shop and explore Canal Park and local breweries, learn something new at a museum or aquarium, or visit Amsoil Arena for a hockey game– we’re truly close to everything without the congestion!

Refuel With the Allure of Fire and Ice:
• Fire Pits
• S’mores
• Pedal Carts
• Sledding Hill
(weather dependent)
• Outdoor Hot Tub

Set out on one of Duluth’s trails for a scenic hike or snowshoe adventure – depending on trail conditions! Offering almost 100 miles of breathtaking sights, Duluth trails are perfect for every nature lover. Check out the map for our suggestions!

STAFF FAVORITE: Ely’s Peak via Superior Hiking Trail (be sure to
follow the blue markers).

Other Favorite Local Trails:

• Jay Cook State Park (easy)
• Congdon Park (easy)
• Chester Park Loop (easy)
• Hartley Nature Center Loop (moderate)
• Enger Park (easy)
• Park Point (easy)
• Lester River Trail & Amity East (moderate)

Weather not as planned?
Take in a piece of Duluth’s history at one of our recommended local museums or indoor attractions:
• Glensheen Mansion
• The Depot & the North Shore Railroad
(Check to see what tours are available!)
• Great Lakes Aquarium
• Children’s Museum
• A local brewery or two

The Duluth Traverse offers a variety of main trails for the biking enthusiast. Visit coggs.com/trails for additional information regarding trail locations and conditions.

Some of our favorite trails:
• Mission Creek
• Spirit Mountain
• Piedmont Brewer
• Lester Park
• Hartley Park
• Jay Cook State Park
• Split Rock

From the expert to the leisurely skier, Duluth provides cross-country and downhill skiing options for all! The always high possibility of fresh fallen snow and trails groomed regularly makes it easy to find your new favorite skiing spot.

Cross Country Ski Trails:
• Snowflake Nordic Ski
• Grand Ave. Nordic Center
• Spirit Mountain Recreation Area
• Lester Amity Chalet
• Hartley Nature Center
• Piedmont Trailhead

Downhill Skiing:
• Chester Bowl Ski Hill
• Spirit Mountain
• Mont Du Lac

 

We believe that the winter season is truly when the Northland becomes the most beautiful and full of wonder just waiting to be found. And with numerous possibilities to discover – hiking, snowshoeing, dog sledding, favorite pit stops – a trip up the Northshore is on the top of our to-do list.

Some of our favorite winter hikes include: 
• Gooseberry Falls State Park
• Split Rock Lighthouse 
• Fantasia Overlook
• Tettegouche State Park Trail
• Temperance River Falls Loop
• Carlton Peak from Britton Peak
• Oberg Mountain Loop via SHT
• Cascade Falls
• Heartbreak Ridge
• Devil’s Kettle Falls

Tip: Bring a pair of Yaktrax with you for extra grip in case of slippery terrain! 

For directions and maps, download the “All Trails” app as your go-to guide for winter outdoor adventure. 

Is dog sledding on your bucket list? Check out Endurance Kennels LLC or Positive Energy Outdoors for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

Discover the true meaning of “Opposites Attract” while submersing yourself in our outdoor hot tub amidst the cool winter air after a day of outdoor winter adventure.

Relax with additional amenities:
• Locally inspired dishes and drinks at Silos
• Complimentary s’mores kits around a toasty fire pit
• Indoor pool with a breathtaking view of the harbor