New Fantastic #Minnesota #Fall Color Tours

Minnesota is well known for its cooler summer nights and the winter sport that brings thousands up for the hunting, skiing and snowmobiling but for a short period of time, the leaves changing bring an ambience to the state that is of quiet admiration. Three fall color tours that you should not miss out are all here:

two harbors

Two Harbors: For a full season of fall color, the variety of hardwoods create a sweet smell and visual paradise. Enjoy it by hiking, biking, driving and more but one of the most recommended ways to view the fall color would be by the North Shore Scenic Train. Observe the Silver Cliffs over Lake Superior for a spectacular view. Two Harbors Vacation Rentals

gunflint trail

Gunflint Trail: This paved road is over 50 miles long that goes from Grand Marais to the Canadian border along the northeastern corner of Minnesota. This road is voted is nationally recognized as a scenic and historical road. This is crossed by the Laurentian Divide. This gives you a unique opportunity to hike over some of the oldest exposed rock on Earth. It also snakes its way around the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, a strikingly beautiful area that reminds us that we are just a small part of a big picture. Grand Marais Cabin Rentals

duluth mn

Duluth: While people have always known how great Duluth can be for its incredible accommodations, restaurants, and more, the real celebrity here is nature. Fall color can be witnessed while checking out other area attractions such as the Skyline Drive and the North Shore Scenic Drive. The Duluth Skyline Parkway is stunning. It overlooks the port of Duluth and a shoreline that goes on forever of Lake Superior. Duluth Vacation Rentals

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