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Pat Bayle

Pat Bayle State Forest, Minnesota

Look out folks, cause the view up here is 100% spectacular! Where are we? We are at the top of Eagle Mountain, Minnesota’s highest point. At the very tippy top it’s a whole 2,301 feet above sea Read more...

Look out folks, cause the view up here is 100% spectacular! Where are we? We are at the top of Eagle Mountain, Minnesota’s highest point. At the very tippy top it’s a whole 2,301 feet above sea level, rising from the heart of Pat Bayle State Forest.

To get here, you’ll have to travel all the way to the far northeast corner of the state. But boy is it worth it! Besides the hiking and the I-gotta-whip-out-my-camera-right-this-minute views, there’s a smorgasbord of year-round activities to keep you busy all 365 days. Fishing, boating, snowmobiling, dogsledding and ice fishing are all on the rotating seasonal menu, and those are just the starters. So get on up to Pat Bayle and dig in!

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