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Trestle Inn Trail Talk. It's where we meet.

Winter 2016 - 2017 Trail Talk

by Susan Butler on 11/19/16

Hello Everyone!  We received 6 inches of new snow!  The trails open on December 1st.  We will keep you posted on the trail and snow conditions.  We are excited for another fun adventurous season!

Winter Season 2015 - 2016

by Susan Butler on 11/27/15

hey guys!!  sorry took so long!  here is what i can tell you so far.  we have about 3 inches on the ground today!  most of the lakes are froze over!!  now for the big news.  the last igloo meeting i was at they were seriously talking about parking a groomer and drag at the resort!  specifically to do the trail from here to the northshore trail and back!!  haven't heard anything since that meeting.  talk to ya all soon!!!

 

Summer Time 2015

by Susan Butler on 06/21/15

What is happening in the Superior National Forest today? Been doing any fishing? Trail riding? Eating? Camping? Hiking? Have a good day and we'll put a burger on for you!

Winter Trail Season 2014-2015

by Susan Butler on 11/20/14

Welcome to Trail Talk! We are pleased to have you joining the Trestle Inn for another great season of trail riding. Be safe, have fun and enjoy your ride. We will put a burger on for you!

april 1

by Susan Butler on 03/26/14

just want you all to know that april 1st the trestle will be closed.  it is only for the day.  we have something going on.  we will be open on the 2nd as usual. 

Please keep your wheels on the track.
Absolutely no steam blowing allowed.
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Summertime at the Trestle Inn 2011. Looking forward to our winter wonderland covered in deep snow. Bring it on Mother Nature. Fill that forest. Dump the white gold. Thank you for the cold and ice. Can we bribe you with cocoa and cheesecake?
The Trestle Inn is located deep in the Superior National Forest.

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