Duluth Minnesota, Best Adventure Hub Runner Up, But To Whom
Duluth has the reputation of being a getaway city. So many things to do around the area and enjoy. You can ski, and enjoy other winter sports and recreation. During the summer months, you can enjoy sports or other outdoor activities.
Now it’s finally getting noticed around the world. Losing only to Kununurra, Australia as the best Adventure Hub. What does that mean. Duluth has become the place to stay and make your “camp” as you enjoy what the surrounding area has to offer, plus it means you have great accommodations while you are enjoying the area. It’s a total package.
Outside Online chose the locations and only published the winner and runner up. As they say in their article you can enjoy Nordic ski trails in the winter or the “the epic Willard Munger paved cycling trail, 81 miles of running and hiking trails, and 30 (and growing) miles of urban mountain-bike trails. At the southern end of town are two brand-new 500-vertical-foot, IMBA-designed downhill flow trails at Spirit Mountain ski resort. Offshore there are three quadrillion gallons of Lake Superior water, shipwrecks, and salmon and trout. Book a lakeside room. Two hours north are the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, one of the worst-kept but least-spoiled secrets in the country.”
I know that Duluth wants to lure the people to spend their money in the city and enjoy what we have to offer, maybe we should be telling them to spend two weeks so they can enjoy everything around the city too.