It's summer. That means it is time for sunshine, adventure and taking your Land Rover out for some fun off the beaten path. With so many off-roading trails throughout the state, there is always a path waiting to be explored. So what are you waiting for? Jump in your car a check out one of our Five Great Off-Roading Trails for Land Rovers.

Moose Walk Trail

Finland, MN

Located along Minnesota's scenic North Shore in the Sawtooth Mountains, you will find Moose Walk Trail. This family friendly trail connects with the Red Dot Trail providing a hilly ride that curves through stands of spruce and pine. Along the way you will find shelters for riders that need a rest stop.

Spider Lake Area

Pine River, MN

Spider Lake is home to 29 miles of trails through Foot Hills State Forest. The trails at Spider Lake provide all sorts of terrain for your adventure and fun. From smooth sand to rough rock, this trail edges lakes, ponds, ridges and numerous hills and slopes throughout the forest. The trails at Spider Lake are open year round, with the exception of the denoted snowmobile trails.

Blue Ox Trail

International Falls, MN 56649

This winding trail boasts an impressive 107 miles of adventure waiting to happen. Full of natural untouched spaces with a few towns linking between, you will find subalpine forest, spruce swamps and upland stands of aspen along the way. The trail also features stately railroad tresses across from Little Fork and Big Fork rivers.

Gandy Dancer Trail

Markville, MN

98 miles of uncharted fun await you at Gandy Dancer Trail. This trail is actually broken into two sections. North Gandy Dancer Trail is 51 miles and South Gandy Dancer Trail is 47 miles. The southern corridor is not only well maintained, but also features picturesque views of Wisconsin, and offers you more of a  traditional rail-trail experience. The north corridor of Gandy Dancer however, is primarily a snowmobile/ATV trail.

Soo Line North

Moose Lake, MN

Starting in the community of Moose Lake, the Soo Line North Trail reaches 15 mile out towards Lawler. Following the trail of an abandoned railroad grade, this trail is a gentle and easy to ride compared to some of our more advanced options. If you are just starting your off road adventures, Soo Line North is the trail for you.

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