Biking the Heartland Trail
The Heartland Trail stretches from Walker to Park Rapids, a total distance of 49 miles! The 27-mile stretch between Walker and Park Rapids has a paved surface and is followed by a grassy path for mountain biking. The other 20 mile segment from Walker to Cass Lake is paved with a second path for snowmobiles. This biking trail boasts many stunning views of lakes and you’ll find yourself biking under a canopy of a spectacular hardwood forest that can only be found in Northern Minnesota.
Biking the Paul Bunyan Trail
The Paul Bunyan State Trail takes bikers on a 120 mile journey from south of Brainerd (Crow Wing State Park) to Walker, and then through to Lake Bemidji State Park. The Paul Bunyan Trail is the longest MN bike trail in the state. This bicycle trail is also great for hiking, in-line skating, biking, mountain biking, snowmobiling and also comes with wheelchair access (electric wheelchairs are allowed). The Paul Bunyan Trail is full of Minnesota history as the area has been inhabited for centuries.
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Biking in Walker, MN offers miles and miles of extensive paved trails for you to explore. These trail systems are some of the best in the nation, with Walker/Leech Lake area at its core.