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CUYUNA COUNTRY STATE RECREATION AREA

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“I don’t know if we’d want to do it again,” said Cuyuna Cove co-founder Kelsey Braun. "It tested us.”
Mike Newton started the club for his students in April 2022 and some of the students go mountain biking almost every week now.
Iron mine pits reclaimed by nature to create pristine lakes for kayaking and canoeing, now stocked full of trout and brimming with possibilities. Bike rails worthy of global acclaim now wind through this beautiful land we are so proud to call our backyard.
Minnesota offers some great trails barely removed from the steel and concrete of the modern day city — close enough to access easily and find yourself within the wonders of nature.
Michaella Johnson is totally immersed in the sport and culture of cycling.
Paula Persons, a certified diver, took home the prize for most creative in the Minnesota School of Diving Inc.'s annual Halloween underwater pumpkin-carving contest at the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area near Crosby.

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While the United States economy reels from the pandemic, mountain biking has proven resilient and even thrived during a time of great upheaval.
Visitors to the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area (CCSRA) near Crosby and Ironton will encounter the temporary closure of Miner’s Mountain Road this summer. The approximately 1-mile road leading from the Miner’s Mountain Rally Center to the Huntington Mine overlook will be closed from mid-July to early fall for reconstruction and amenity upgrades.
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