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Cove Point Spur Trail (SHT) Trailhead & Parking Superior Hiking Trail - Trailhead & Parking

Cove Point Spur Trail (SHT) Trailhead & Parking

Superior Hiking Trail - Cove Point MN

Built in 1996 with volunteers provided by Cove Point Lodge, the  Cove Point Spur Trail hike, accesses the dramatic cliffs above the Beaver River and at Fault Line Ridge.

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  • Hike Summary
  • Campsite Information
  • Safety Concerns
  • Nearby Services
Split Rock River Wayside To Beaver Bay


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