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Snow Shoe or Hike the trails at Wild River State Park

We will meet at the TRAIL CENTER next to the horse camp ground and hike (bring your snow cleats) or snow shoe approximately of the 6 miles of open hiking trails. Those of us going to the Plain of Jars snow camping this is a good time to bring your fully loaded pack. The trail Center is open and has full facilities. This Sunday at 10AM , March 30th, at Wild River State Park just north of Taylors Falls, Mn.

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  • Larry M.

    Wonderful group of people who willingly shared their expertise on a beautiful, if not too warm, sunny day, while snowshoeing a mixture of flat lands next to the St. Croix and nicely inclined hills to and from (with eagles and otters observing from not too far away).

    April 2, 2014

    • Larry M.

      Sorry about the water spots on some of the early pics, but hopefully everyone looks good in at least a couple of images.

      April 2, 2014

  • Scott T.

    This trip was great. It was fun hiking through the snow (while we still have it), and meeting some new people. The pace seemed a little slow, though... ;)

    March 31, 2014

  • Henry T.

    The trail center sign is the first sign you come to on the right side of the road which also includes the horse camp

    March 29, 2014

  • Martin K.

    This park can be confusing... ask at the park entrance where the Trail Center is or look at this map. It's about .3 mile east and .3 mile north from the park entrance.

    March 29, 2014

  • Henry T.

    Just got back from Wild River SP and they have quite a lot of snow. If we get a good freeze we'll walk on top or it's snowshoe time. They have about 4 miles of hike and snowshoe trails open. See you Sunday

    March 25, 2014

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