There are MANY trail user groups in the Duluth area. DAHTA is working cooperatively to help attract grant funds and develop trails for the enjoyment of many! Join us as we keep horse trails on the map!
This map (published with permission) shows DAHTA’s Phase One goal for horse trail development. It’s approximately 4 miles long in Magney Snively Park. The Ely Peak Loop will be shared with cross country skiers in the winter. It will also connect to snowmobile trails already in development by the Snowmobile Club.
Want to help the Duluth Area Horse Trail Alliance get things done? The City of Duluth is looking forward to our group’s participation in the planning of new trails within the City. All hands on deck! Nominations (including self-nominations) will be accepted from the floor at the Dec. 14 meeting. Nominations can also be emailed to DAHTA Secretary Nannette Frederick at email@example.com.
Join us! We’ll see you on the trail!
Read about the plans to develop horse trails along with other activities in Duluth’s beautiful west end. Story from November 6 Duluth News Tribune: http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/news/3876941-duluth-could-offer-more-climbers-equestrians
We’ve learned the perils of post office box delinquency. Thanks to those of you who mailed in your DAHTA membership to the address on the form, and then informed us that the mail was returned. Our fault and we are working with the Post Office to reinstate the PO Box. Meanwhile, we hope you’ll attend our Nov. 9 meeting at the Beacon Bar on Hermantown Road! See Events Calendar for details.
Our annual membership dues are DUE! Please note that in order to vote at the elections in January, you must be a member for 2 months — November and December.
Come to our November 9 meeting and complete the form there. Or download the form below and mail it in with your check made out to “Duluth Area Horse Trail Alliance – Membership”.
Please note that the location for the October 12 General Meeting is back at the Buffalo House, 2590 Township Rd 5494, Duluth, MN 55810. Come early if you will be ordering food and socializing. Meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.