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Solana/Red Top/Soo Line?

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Two of us are headed out tomorrow to these trails. Anyone else ever been there? I will check back in the morning before I leave.

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I've ridden Red Top and the Soo lots of times. Never been able to find the link from The Soo line to Solana (if there is one). Be sure to ride both halves of the Adventure trail in Red Top. A good workout but lots of fun. Some nice scenery if you go East to Moose Lake along the Soo Line. Can easily do it all in a day.

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I know that area very well, rode those trails for years. There is NO link between Solana trail and the Soo Line; maybe someday. Red Top is a nice trail, adventure trails are fun. Soo Line is ok, bring googles since dust is a problem. It should be a good day of riding.

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Thanks for the reply Hafnutz...We stayed in Solana the whole day, did not find a trail that hooked up to Soo line. If it's there I hope the DNR lets us know how to find it. Their HSOforum says it was to be completed in 2008!

I've ridden Red Top and the Soo lots of times. Never been able to find the link from The Soo line to Solana (if there is one). Be sure to ride both halves of the Adventure trail in Red Top. A good workout but lots of fun. Some nice scenery if you go East to Moose Lake along the Soo Line. Can easily do it all in a day.

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Thanks for the reply MNexplorer...You were right, we could not find a link to Soo Line, even though the DNR's HSOforum say's it is supposed to be there. Where can I find some googles? Mayabe on Google? We had a blast at Solana. Had the whole place to ourselves!

I know that area very well, rode those trails for years. There is NO link between Solana trail and the Soo Line; maybe someday. Red Top is a nice trail, adventure trails are fun. Soo Line is ok, bring googles since dust is a problem. It should be a good day of riding.

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I rode Red Top last Thursday and we did not see another ATV on the trail until we left. It was a blast. Lots of water and technical trails. Rasberries are ripe now so you can snack along the way. smile

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