Walking and Biking Guide

Great Outdoors - Walking and Biking Guide - Not Just a pastime. A road to fitness.

Tie on your walking shoes. Hop on your bike. With well maintained streets and more than 1500 acres of park land and open space, Hibbing is meant for outdoor enjoyment!

Explore our community walking routes. Check out Hibbing's nature trails at Carey Lake, North Hibbing/Hull Rust Mine View and Maple Hill Park. Pack a picnic lunch and spend the day at Carey Lake's swimming beach. Or get on your bike and explore our community biking routes and the Mesabi Trail. With 32 neighborhood parks, two golf courses, an off-leash dog park, and a Disc Golf course, it's easy to stay fit while enjoying the parts of Hibbing we love best.

Don't let winter stop you! Hibbing offers two outdoor skating rinks, well-groomed cross-country skiing and snow­shoeing at Carey Lake Park and sledding at Veteran's Park. If curling, hockey or figure skating is your thing, the Hibbing Memorial Arena offers indoor ice and a break from the cold.

Hibbing's known for the great outdoors. Enjoy some of the best parts of our community!

Designated Walking Routes

Designated Biking Routes

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Walking Tour - Historical Hibbing - This Hibbing Walking Tour was adapted from one created as a Centennial Project in 1993 by the Hibbing Daily Tribune and Roger Saccoman Architecture. The walk is written to start at Hibbing Memorial Building, but it can actually be started anywhere along the route. There are also many other historic and aesthetically beautiful sites in Hibbing not on the tour. The 22 numbered sites listed were chosen a s examples to give visitors and native alike a sense of Hibbing's history. The walk is approximately two miles in length.

Walking Tour - North Hibbing/Hull Rust Mahoning Mine - Enjoy the map and guide for the North Hibbing - Hull Rust Mahoning Mine Walking Tour. The Historical data provided was documented by Patricia Mestek, former Director of the Hibbing Historical Society. Start the walking tour from the parking lot at 5th Avenue East and 16th Street.

Walking Tour - Bob Dylan - This tour was developed by staff at the Hibbing Public Library. It takes you along a path that could have been walked by Bob Dylan. Photographs of Feldman’s, L&B CafĂ©, the Synagogue, and the Alice School are the property of Aubin Photo Studio in Hibbing. The walk starts at the building that was Zimmerman Electric and ends at the Androy, the site of Bob’s Bar Mitzvah celebration. This walking tour is approximately 1.9 miles.
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