Photos of inline skating on the beautiful Duluth Lakewalk Trail
in Duluth, Minnesota in the Great Lakes area of the Northern United States.
All of these photos were taken by Kathie Fry the day after the 2000
Northshore Inline Marathon.
Kathie Fry of SkateLog.com
When you visit Duluth Minnesota, be sure to skate,
bicycle, or walk on the Lakewalk Path, which
runs along the edge of Lake Superior in
The winding and hilly path runs
from Canal Park to 26th Avenue East.
It is beautifully
landscaped, and it
has spectacular views of Lake Superior and
Duluth's famous aerial lift bridge.
Be careful when you skate on that path, because
there are several sharp turns.
A women was killed in May of 1999 when she
missed one of those curves, and fell 30 feet to her death.
(for more information about that accident, see the article
Jessica Lishinski's Death.
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