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Drive the coast from Duluth to grand marais Minnesota and it was truly beautiful. So many state parks to visit along the way. Lake Superior is stupendous. The shoreline is stunning with the mix of pine and white birch in that area. The rocky shoreline...More
The drive along the North Shore of Lake Superior is one of the most scenic drives in Minnesota - and probably in the country. The city of Duluth, population about 86,000, is the gateway to the North Shore. It is an inland port visited by...More
Our first ever trip to Minnesota, we stayed in Proctor - this is a beautiful drive and experience. Do your homework and enjoy the stops .. places to read and learn about the area -- simply gaze out at the water -- pick up a...More
Drove Hwy 61 from Duluth MN clear to Thunder Bay OT. Split Rock Lighthouse is a must see stop. Excellent view of Lake Superior and numerous parks and scenic pull offs. We dallied a few times and boogied on down the road at other times....More
Incredibly beautiful drive with it's own personality. It's filled with brown red waterfalls and little coves where rivers reach the lake. Plenty of good places to eat in small lake towns. Great place to get away from the hustle and bustle.
Well maintained state parks, beautiful scenic turnouts and viewing spots every few miles, lots of rest areas, lots of restaurants. Friendly little towns and history galore, one f the best scenic drives in the country. Put it on your list.
I have driven this Highway 62 scenic drive from Thunder Bay, ON to Duluth, MN many times, and did so recently last week. The sweet villages along the way are very fun. Don't miss Grand Marais! There is a wonderful place that features artisanal crafts...More
I agree with those that suggest three or four days. You mentioned checking out the Gunflint Trail... An excellent choice, but there is basically only one (paved) way in and the same way out. Driving up the Gunflint from... More
I agree with those that suggest three or four days. You mentioned checking out the Gunflint Trail... An excellent choice, but there is basically only one (paved) way in and the same way out. Driving up the Gunflint from Grand Marais, having lunch at one of the fine resorts located near the end, and returning to Grand Marais is a full day trip in itself.