A Drive Down Minnesota’s Loneliest Road Will Take You Miles And Miles Away From It All

When you imagine Minnesota’s most remote place, what do you think of? More than likely, you imagine somewhere among the plentiful forests and lakes in the northern part of the state. That is certainly where Minnesota’s loneliest road lies. It’s full of trees, wildlife, and not much else, and you’ll be 50 miles from the nearest town when you reach the end.

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The Gunflint Trail is one of Minnesota’s treasures and certainly a contender for its loneliest road. Have you ever driven on it? Let us know your experience down below!

Looking for more places to enjoy some solitude? Check out the remote island in Minnesota where you can get away from it all.