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Take a load off, rest for a spell, take it easy. Just off the trail.
The Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail is a 39 mile multiple use trail from Mankato to Faribault which has been developed on an abandoned railroad grade. The trail lies in the transition zone between what was once the Big Woods and the vast prairies. Remnants of these plant communities can still be found scattered throughout what is now cultivated land.
The trail has been developed for bicycling, hiking, in-line skating, horseback riding, skiing, and snowmobiling. However, snowmobiles with studded tracks are prohibited. It begins at Lime Valley Road near Mankato and ends east of Interstate 35 at Faribault (trail users will need to use the signed route on city streets through Waterville).