Grand Superior Staff Picks

Our team’s favorite north shore destinations and activities.

Collecting Sea Glass on the Two Harbors Lake Walk

Brian Anderson, General Manager

There’s a small area back in the harbor that’s loaded with sea glass after a storm comes through.  Fun to see what treasures you can find and it’s free!

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Brian's Sea Glass Collection

Palisade Head

Roxanne S., Owner Accounting

Great for: Hiking, Scenic Photos, Spotting Wildlife

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Stoney Point

Katie T., Front Desk Agent

Stoney Point is beautiful and relaxing. It’s great for watching the lake, and it’s rarely busy.

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Gooseberry Falls State Park

Hannah N., Group Sales

Great for: Hiking, Scenic Photos, Spotting Wildlife, Relaxing

This was the first place I visited on the North Shore after I moved from Minneapolis to Duluth!

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High Falls Tettegouche State Park

Jason M., Maintenance

The falls are a 3-mile round trip hike from the visitor center. Don’t forget to check out the cable suspended bridge just upstream.

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Palisade Head

Jeff A., Maintenance

Great for: Blueberry Picking, Taking Scenic Photos, The Views!

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Temperance River

Tom W., Maintenance

Great for: Hiking Snowshoeing, Sight-Seeing, Spotting Wildlife, Scenic Photos

The narrow gorges and waterfalls are a beautiful sight to see.

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Wolf Rock on the SHT

Willy R., Maintenance

Great for: Blueberry Picking, Taking Scenic Photos, The Views!

I admired the view of this place and it’s a nice short hike to something so scenic.

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Agate Bay Harbor Area

Craig L., Marketing

Great for: Hiking, Ship-Seeing, Scenic Photos

There is a nice hiking trail on the shoreline that dips into the woods that I always find myself on when I’m in Two Harbors.

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