The southern portion of Naymark is a very flat, evenly graded, double-wide, crushed gravel multi-use path. You could push a baby stroller on most of it.
Shortly after the trail crosses Catherine Street, heading north, Naymark leaves the level grade, branching to the northeast, where it gradually descends down a rough, rooty, rocky slope. This section of trail is almost doubletrack (ATV-wide), but big roots and rocks make picking your line important.
After roughly half of a mile, you'll find yourself at the intersection of Root Canal where you can go left (north) through the meadow to the singletrack network, or you can go right (east) to the Old Hartley Road / Duluth Traverse (wide, flat, crushed gravel multi-use path).
Local Trail AssociationCyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shore (www.coggs.com)
More Stats for Naymark mountain bike trail
Altitude change-81 ft
Altitude min1,219 ft
Altitude max1,314 ft
Altitude start1,301 ft
Altitude end1,219 ft
Distance climb739 ft
Distance down1,119 ft
Distance flat95 ft
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Naymark Trail Reports
Oct 25, 2016 @ 1:22pm2 days
|Open for business|
Oct 10, 2016 @ 12:02pmOct 10, 2016
Sep 28, 2016 @ 12:02pmSep 28, 2016
Aug 4, 2016 @ 5:33amAug 4, 2016
|Still closed (indefinitely) due to major park-wide wind storm damage|
Jul 26, 2016 @ 6:19amJul 26, 2016
|Severe storm blow-down damage: officially closed by City of Duluth!|
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