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Avon 1  Lake Wobegon Trail    28m       320-845-7777
  The Lake WobegonŽ Trail is a 28 mile long, 10 foot wide, bituminous surfaced hike-and-bike pathway extending from the city of Avon to the city of Sauk Centre. The trail runs on the MN/DOT rail corridor formerly owned by Burlington Northern Railroad Company. The trail is also available for snowmobiling, however, use of metal studs on snowmobiles will be prohibited on the trail to help protect the damage caused by the studs on the snowmobile tracks. Additions to the trail are planned for later dates. The trail has already seen a lot of use by bikers, roller-skiers, roller bladers, and of course, walkers. (Submitted by Jay Wenner) Pros: New, very smooth surface. Avon to Albany section is the most scenic. Relatively light bike traffic. Cons: Old rail line so it's flat. Some road crossings. 
Brainerd/Bemidji 2  Paul Bunyan State Trail    112mi      
  Paved railroad bed from Baxter (Brainerd) up to Bemidji. One of the longest trails in the area.  
Morris 3  Pomme de Terre Park Route    5m?      
  Pomme de Terre Park is on the east side of Morris, and all the trails are on the west side of the Pomme de Terre River. On the south side of the park is County Highway 10, which heads east out of town. This road is hilly, smooth, and there's little traffic. An out-and-back trip on 10 (take it as far as you want) allows for good hill work, but you never get going too fast on the downhills. (Submitted by Kurt Refsnider) Pros: Good pavement in the park - all freshly paved or resurfaced; County 10 is smooth and hilly. Cons: Not too much distance on the park trails; Wind can make rollerskiing no fun out here on the prairie. 
Saint Cloud 4  Beaver Island Trails    5K      
  5Km of smooth pavement for roller sking of any kind. Located on the St. Cloud State campus. Runs parallel with the Mississippi River, and is very scenic. (Submitted by Greg Thueringer) Pros: No hills in the trail, and relatively straight, so it is great for working on technique. Cons: Not a very long trail. It is only about 25 minutes out and back. 
Willmar 5  Glacial Lakes State Trail    12mi       800-657-3929
  12 miles of paved railroad bed between Willmar and New London, interrupted in 5 or 6 places by gravel road crossings. Not much for hills or bends, but the scenery is good and deer can be seen on the track near Spicer (Jay Yunek).  

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