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Situated in the north of Minnesota, the Blue Ox Trail spans 74 miles, tracing the path of a disused railway line and offering a smooth, straightforward ride. The journey unfolds amidst landscapes of black spruce, swamps, and aspen uplands, ensuring a picturesque experience in every season. It's a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, with opportunities to spot beavers, eagles, moose, wolves, and bobcats. The trail is a gift from Koochiching County and is meticulously cared for by the Northome Ridge Riders.
Important information: Be sure to follow the detour signs on Highway 71 near the Bigfork River in Big Falls, as a section of the trail is closed from Highway 6 to County Road 31. The trail’s starting and ending points are situated at the northern and southern boundaries of the City of Littlefork, where ATV riding is allowed through the city.
ATV (class II allowed)
OHMs not allowed on trail south of Funkley and on County Road rights-of-way.