Trail Photo Gallery: Fort Snelling State Park

Minnesota River Bottoms
Cedar Avenue Bridge-Eagan
to Sibley House-Mendota

Photos by Growley
Taken 4/7/12


  1. Thanks so much for this review. Just got my Mukluk Saturday and needed a place to try it out. I did the same ride you did (though started at the other end). It was a great first fat bike ride. Enjoyed it. Great biking area. Jumped a few logs and going through the sand was easy and fun. What tire pressure did you run on conditions like that?

  2. I ride a 29'er with a 2" tire in the back and 2.25" tire in the front. I don't know much about tire pressure on fatbikes but follow Mountain Bike Radio's #Fatbikechat on Twitter. http://mountainbikeradio.tumblr.com/post/32990131260/fatbikechat Discussed are bikes, tires, gear and anything regarding Fatbikes. This might answer some of your questions. Also try out the Minnesota River Bottoms East & West Segments on the Bloomington side of the river. This area is great for Fatbikes. See my post "Mountain Biking the Minnesota River Bottoms West Segment". http://mnbiketrailnavigator.blogspot.com/2012/06/mountain-biking-minnesota-river-bottoms.html


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