Route: Sakatah Singing Hills Trail (MN)

Submitted by gbores on Fri, 05/22/2020 - 09:49am
Minnesota, US
39 mi
Vertical Gain
515 ft

Converted railroad line is now a paved trail meandering thru woods, wetlands and farmland.  Convenient water and food resupply options can be found in towns along the route.

- Submitted by Greg Bores

"Located on a converted rail-trail, the Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail offers 39 miles of paved trail. The trail begins at Lime Valley Road near State Highway 14, joins the Minnesota River Trail in Mankato, follows a signed route on city streets through Waterville, passes through three miles of Sakatah Lake State Park, and ends east of Interstate 35 in Faribault. It is generally level and wheelchair accessible."