A 5-mile stretch of the Willard Munger State Trail between Grand Avenue and Becks Road west of Duluth will be closed from mid-April to August for a major construction project, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
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The project stabilizes parts of the damaged tread during the Solstice disaster in 2012 and takes the part of the current standards that require a wider surface and higher shoulders. As the heavy equipment of the area is used, the part of the road is closed to all traffic during the project.
The Munger Trail is a collection of three sections of road that support various applications such as cycling, hiking, horseback riding, and intestines. The 70-kilometer Hinckley-Duluth section is completely paved with the exception of the damaged areas. It passes through three state forests and Jay Cooke State Park.