Full Marathon - Skate | Rollerski
The Northshore Inline Marathon is a 26.2 mile race that takes place along the scenic North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota. The race begins in Two Harbors and ends in Duluth, with a mostly flat and fast course that features some rolling hills and challenging climbs towards the end. Skaters will enjoy breathtaking views of the lake and surrounding forests as they skate through this beautiful part of the country. Experience one of the only point to point inline races in North America and see why racers come from across the world to experience the NorthShore Inline Marathon
Half Marathon - Skate | Run | Rollerski
The St. Luke's Half Marathon is a 13.1 mile race that takes place alongside the Northshore Inline Marathon in Minnesota. Runners and skaters alike will follow a similar course to the full marathon, starting at the halfway point between Two Harbors and finishing in Duluth. Participants can expect a challenging but rewarding course with some hills and scenic views of Lake Superior and the surrounding forests. With both running and skating options available, this event offers something for everyone looking for an exciting and active day out.
Tunnel 10k - Skate | Run
The Duluth Tunnel 10K is a thrilling race that takes runners and walkers through the heart of downtown Duluth, Minnesota. The course features a unique and unforgettable experience as participants pass through the historic and iconic Highway 61, which is typically closed to foot traffic. The race starts and finishes on the picturesque Duluth lakefront, with stunning views of Lake Superior and the surrounding hills. With a challenging but fast course and a memorable tunnel experience, the Tunnel 10K is a must-run event for anyone looking for a one-of-a-kind race experience in the heart of Duluth.
Spectator Map | All Events
If you're planning to watch the Northshore Inline Marathon, you'll want to find the best spots to catch all the action. The race takes place along the scenic North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota, so there are plenty of great places to watch the skaters as they zoom by. Some of the best spots include the start line in Two Harbors, where you can see the skaters take off, and the finish line in Duluth, where you can cheer them on as they cross the finish line. Click the link below to get the exact directions