The first public meeting for the Duluth Traverse Trail Management and Master Plan is this Thursday, February 9 and the public is invited.  This meeting is designed to determine best practices for future management, to guide final segment development and construction, and gather input on improvements to the trail system.

The meeting will take place in the Commons Area of Denfeld High School, 401 N 44th Avenue West in Duluth.

According to the city, the The Duluth Traverse is a multi-use trail system linking neighborhoods and people to parks and green spaces, and stretches the entire ridgeline of Duluth, from Lester Park in the east, to Chambers Grove in the west.

The Duluth Traverse is a single-track, natural surface trail, purpose built for mountain bikes but walkers, runners and other human-powered users are welcome to take advantage of it.  It will be the first 100-mile trail system of its kind, entirely within an urban environment.