The Scenic Byway Experience

Superior National Forest Scenic Byway

Built between Aurora, on Minnesota's historic Iron Range, and Silver Bay, overlooking beautiful Lake Superior, the Superior National Forest Scenic Byway links communities steeped in the tradition of iron mining and graced by their natural surroundings. Home to marshlands, forests, rivers and lakes, the Superior National Forest includes wild and distinctly undeveloped areas.

The Byway that shares its name offers travelers an intimate look at this majestic wilderness and numerous opportunities to watch for wildlife and birds. Several roadside stops provide picnic areas and peaceful walking or skiing trails. The Toimi School and the Timber Arch Bridge that crosses the Partridge River are two historic highlights along the way.

As serene as it is scenic, this Byway is the shortest and most memorable route between the Big Lake and the Iron Range communities.

Superior National Forest Scenic Byway Interactive Route Map
Superior National Forest Scenic Byway Interactive Route Map


Superior National Forest Scenic Drive Council
 
Download a printable pdf map of the Superior National Forest Scenic Byway

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