While the snow-free months bring good mountain biking on any XC ski trail, logging road, or snowmobile trail, try the Greenwood Road if you're looking for shed moose antler.
Hike, boat or canoe and waterfalls can be found along various waterways of the Gunflint Trail.
Lima Mountain Tour-Driving
From hwy 61 go north on Gunflint Trail (county12) for 20 mi. to Forest Rd. 152, west on FR152 for about 2mi. to FR315, south on FR315 to South Brule RD. (FR325). East on S. Brule Rd. back to Gunflint Trail (county12) (best in late fall.)
Maple Hill Tour-driving
Hwy 61 in Grand Marais, go north on Gunflint Trail (county 12) 4 mi. to gravel road just past CR 8, left onto gravel. You will see Maple Hill church surrounded by Maples (best in early fall).
Pincushion Mountain / Devil Track Loop - Fall driving tour
From hwy 61 go north on Gunflint Trail (county 12) for 2 mi. to CR 53, go east to parking; Gunflint Trail Climbs 1000 ft. in 1st few mi. to fabulous maple ridgeline. Go through maples to overlooks of Big Lake, maple forests and falls of Devil Track River.
Stunning northwoods scenery is everywhere along the 63-mile Gunflint Trail. Explore miles of beautiful forests via US Forest Service roads, wetlands and shorelines.
The Gunflint Trail - driving
All 63 miles are full of beautiful vista, lakes, rivers and forests. The Laurentian Divide and Look Lake overlooks are just two of the many places to pull over and enjoy the scenery.