Comfort Suites Canal Park
408 Canal Park Dr.
Duluth, MN 55802
Phone: (218) 727-1378
Fax: (218) 727-1947
This is the North Shore's premier indoor rock climbing facility. It offers a variety of climbing features, including 43 foot vertical walls and realistic hand carved cracks.
All the necessary equipment and guidance for catching Lake Trout, Salmon, and Walleye in Lake Superior is available when fishing with Captains Adam & Dick Bohlmann with Duluth Charter Fishing.
This 24 lane bowling center offers automatic scoring, a bumper bowling system, Glow-in-the-dark Atomic Bowling, and a full menu.
This charter company offers five and a half hour fishing trips on Lake Superior, with most excursions being in pursuit of salmon and trout.
This ski area offers 18 kilometers of level ski trails, most of which are about the intermediate experience level. Lit trails for night skiing and optional expert loops are also available.
A Charter Fishing Guide, Captain Steve Johnson is a charter member of the North Shore Charter Captains Association. On board the Hard Times, you will have the chance to reel in lake trout, rainbow, walleye, Chinook, Coho, and Atlantic salmon.
This ski area features three main runs, as well as additional glade woods skiing. Other features include a 175 foot vertical drop and a double chair lift.
This 18-hole public golf course offers a driving range, pro shop, and a snack bar with cart and club rentals also available.
This guide service offers scenic tours of Duluth's parks, as well as customized tours and pickup services, on which one may see waterfalls, red-rock gorges, and forests.
This trail offers 50 miles of cross country ski trails and other snow sports.
Designed by Olympian George Hovland, this privately operated year-round family recreation center offers expertly groomed classic and skate skiing trails on rolling terrains that range in difficulty from beginner to expert. Lessons and ski rentals are also available.
Your fishing expedition beings at the Aerial Bridge, through the Duluth Ship Canal, and onto the largest fresh water lake in the world, Lake Superior. This is the perfect place to catch lake trout, steelhead, Coho and Chinook salmon, and walleye.