Lollygagger - Duluth Traverse
Lollygagger is the easier, more accessible portion of Brewer Park trails. Not less gorgeous and fun at all!
Also a part of the Duluth Traverse singletrack, the route runs from one end of Duluth to the other.
Lollygagger will give you enjoyment with the smooth surface as well as fun rollers and berms. There is a sustained climb at the start though that younger kids might find to tiring.
Closed when wet or muddy.
- Two-way traffic: yield to uphill traffic
- Multi-use: yield to hikers
Coming up northeast from paved Skyline Parkway. After some descents and climbing with a few technical b-line options, you will reach Haines road; turn right to head up and meet the intersection of Home Brew.
Get yourself prepared with plenty of rollers that bring any riders to excitement on the way up from Haines Road. Stretching through deep boreal and hardwood forest, you will ride northeast and find how flowing and rolling this trail is, until the intersection with Home Brew is in front of you. This route is a machine-built singletrack with moderate climbing.
From the intersection, keep riding up, Lollygagger is a pretty trail featuring big banked turns. The tunnel underneath Haines Road is where to stop this fun route.
However, why to stop this enjoyment while you can keep on pedaling the Lower Burner of Stovetop, which just across the Haines Road?
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