This 60-Foot-Tall Magnetic Rock In Minnesota Is Only Accessible By Hiking Trail And It’s A Sight To Be Seen

From waterfalls to scenic overlooks, Minnesota hiking trails lead to some unforgettable places. Excellent trails criss-cross the entire state, making it possible for just about anyone to see something new. In northern Minnesota, one of the most unusual paths is a lesser-known path through the forest that leads to one of the state’s most unusual wonders: a 60-foot-tall magnetic rock that can only be accessed by hiking trail. If you’re interested in exploring Minnesota’s off-the-beaten-path destinations, you’ll love your trip down the Magnetic Rock Trail. Here’s what you’ll find when you get there:

Have you ever hiked to the Magnetic Rock? What did you think? Let us know in the comments! And if you’re looking for more trails, check out our past list of 10 Minnesota hiking trails that lead to incredible places.

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Address: Magnetic Rock Trail/BRT West Trailhead, Co Rd 12, Grand Marais, MN 55604, USA