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Don’t let the winter scare you. People here (including transplants from hotter zones!) discover that there is plenty to keep you busy 365 days a year. It’s a big reason Forbes ranked Minneapolis “#1 Healthiest City in America.”
The Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway
Nearly 50 miles of connected bike paths that circle Minneapolis’ Chain of Lakes, pass by Minnehaha Falls and wind their way along the Mississippi River.
Hazeltine Golf Course
Site of the 2016 Ryder Cup and past PGA Championship, U.S. Open and Women’s U.S. Open golf tourneys. MSP has more golf courses per capita than any other metro in the US.
Medtronic TC Marathon
Ranked #3 Best Fall Marathon by the Daily Burn. The final stretch runs along St. Paul’s historic Summit Avenue.
It’s just one of over 10,000 Minnesota lakes, but the largest in the MSP metro. A popular spot for motorboating, sailing, water skiing, year-‘round fishing.
Skiing, snowboarding or snow tubing just 15 minutes from downtown Minneapolis or St. Paul. Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsey Vonn learned to race here.
Minnehaha Park and Falls
Minneapolis’s oldest park features a 53-foot waterfall, almost 10 miles of hiking trails, river overlooks—and a kickin’ open-air seafood restaurant in the summer.
Fort Snelling State Park
Hike, bike, canoe, play golf and visit a 1820s fort at the intersection of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers. By the airport.