The Guide to the Superior Hiking Trail details over the 326 miles of the Superior Hiking Trail from Wild Valley Road south of Jay Cooke State Park near Duluth, MN. to the Canadian border. Mile-by-mile descriptions for the dayhiker or backpacker. The Guide contains complete and up to date maps, info on campsites, trailhead parking lots. The Guide is layed out section-by-section with each section providing trailhead parking directions, campsite and water source info, and a mile-by-mile description of the trail and scenic features.
- Eighth Edition Guide to the Superior Hiking Trail. Compiled by the Superior Hiking Trail Association.
- Published 2017
ebook – The 8th Edition Guide to the Superior Hiking Trail is not yet available as an ebook. The 7th Edition may be purchased as an ebook from three popular booksellers.
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