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The Best Kind of Medicine

October 19, 2020 (Originally published in the 2020 Fall Ridgeline newsletter) By Lisa Luokkala, SHTA Executive Director, and Becky Loraas Zrimsek, SHTA Board Chair “Unprecedented times,” a phrase uttered all too commonly these days. This statement holds more weight than you know to a new executive director and a newly appointed Board chair. The last […]

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Whipping It Up on the Duluth SHT

September 29, 2020 By Lisa Byrne, SHTA volunteer How I got involved with the SHTA As the Superior Hiking Trail was being laid out across Duluth in the early 2000’s, I knew that I wanted to adopt a section. And I knew exactly which one; I was fortunate to live just a few hundred feet […]

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Recreate Responsibly on the SHT This Fall

September 1, 2020 A Message from the SHTA Team to All Trail Users:  As the first signs of fall begin to emerge on the Superior Hiking Trail, we can’t help but share our excitement for (arguably) the finest season to enjoy our favorite footpath. We know — it’s still summer for a few more weeks! […]

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How to Thru-Hike the SHT: A Webinar and Q&A with Annie Nelson

August 31, 2020 The Superior Hiking Trail Association is pleased to present How to Thru-Hike the SHT: A Webinar and Q&A with Annie Nelson on Sunday, September 13th, 2020 at 3pm (CST) via Zoom. Tune in to learn practical tips for planning and enjoying a thru-hike or long-distance hike on the SHT from an experienced […]

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Oh, The Places You’ll (Not) Go…

August 20, 2020 First Major Map Revision in SHTA History The new Trail Atlas of the Superior Hiking Trail, a major map revision, has been a dream project for years. Thanks to a fresh GPS line curated by Andrew Gustin and Maddie Bolen in fall of 2018 (since updated with new reroutes), our dream had […]

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