Self-Guided Interpretive Trail at Sugarloaf Cove

SEEK Updated
10/12/2015
Resource Types: 
EE Site
Field Trip/Tour
Program
Abstract: 

The Sugarloaf Interpretive Center offers a self-guided interpretive trail which is approximately one mile long, and rated as easy. Interpretation covers the cultural history of the site, and the geological and ecological significance of Sugarloaf Cove. Sugarloaf Cove is located 73 miles north of Duluth on Hwy 61, on the beautiful North Shore of Lake Superior. Trail guides are located in the mail box at the site; the trail is always open and free to use by the public. Guided hikes are available by contacting the SICA office.

Author: 
Andrew Slade, Executive Director
Topic Areas: 
Geology
Culture
General Ecology
Forests
Target Audience: 
All
Adult
Citizen and Youth Groups
Outdoor Recreation Groups
Geographic Location: 
All Minnesota
Northeast
Outside Minnesota
Enhancements / Connections: 

Self-guide Trail Book is available at the site.

Date Produced/Published: 
1/21/2004
Fee: 
No
Library loan: 
No
Is training required?: 
No
Seasonal: 
No
Contact(s) or order information.: 

Andrew Slade, Executive Director
Phone (218) 525-0001
email: andrew@sugarloafnorthshore.org
Sugarloaf: The North Shore Stewardship Association
(Office)
6008 London Road
Duluth, MN 55804
Phone(218) 525-0001; 218 525-4890 (fax)
or
Sugarloaf Interpretive Center
9096 W. Highway 61
PO Box 63
Schroeder, MN 55613
Phone (218) 663-7679

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