Enjoy Winter – Snowmobiling and Cross-Country Skiing along the beautiful North Shore!
We’re off to a great start this winter with more snow at this time of year than we’ve seen in a long time! With the many fantastic winter activities in Two Harbors, it’s a perfect time of year for a visit to the North Shore.
MN DNR trail conditions updated each Thursday. Click HERE for the latest information.
The C.J. Ramstad/North Shore State Trail is a 146-mile natural surface trail from Duluth to Grand Marais. The trail runs through St. Louis, Lake and Cook counties in northeastern Minnesota, winding its way through the forests on the ridge-line overlooking Lake Superior. The trail provides access to some of the most rugged and beautiful scenery in Minnesota.
Country Inn provides direct access to the CJ Ramstad/North Shore State Trail. Explore endless trail loops along the North Shore or travel inland towards Ely or the Iron Range. We’re conveniently located on Hwy. 61. We offer ample, well-lit parking, close to gas, within walking distance to restaurants and bars.
Two Harbors Area Snowmobile Trails
- Snowmobile Trail Map
- Mileage Chart
- CJ Ramstad/North Shore State Trail Map
- Voyageur Snowmobile Club
- DNR Report: Snow depth and Trail conditions
XC Ski Trails
- The Erkki Harju XC Ski trail is only 1 mile from the hotel: Erkki Harju XC Ski Trail
- Gooseberry Falls State Park is only 13 miles away: Gooseberry Falls State Park
For additional trail maps for skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, Fat Biking, and other winter activities, click HERE!
Trails – Two Harbors area natural assets ~
Personalize your own incredible adventures!
Erkki Harju Ski Trail – ideal for lovers of nature
Brimson, Northshore, & Yukon State Snowmobile Trails – where scenic views abound!
Tours, events, and festivals ~
We’re a proud Mile-Marker Sponsor of the race that will start in Two Harbors and also be headquartered in Two Harbors!
The John Beargrease “one of the most prestigious sled dog races” in the continental United States is here for you to see! Covering approximately four hundred miles, the route runs between Duluth and Grand Portage and traditionally is held annually during the last week of January. John Beargrease was an Anishinabe man whose commitment to delivering mail between Two Harbors and Grand Marais (in winter by dog sled) proved to be a vital lifeline to the outside world for area residents. John did indeed engage a bear! Learn about the Legend of John Beargrease – observe this amazing race!