The Glendalough Trail, in the heart of lakes country, was completed in 2013/2014. Its gentle slopes and easy access allow people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the beauty of the Battle Lake area.
In the lakes region of beautiful Battle Lake, Minnesota, you can discover a slower pace of life with no stop lights or rush hour. Our area offers invigorating outdoor adventures, stunning views, shopping and cultural experiences, locally grown foods, and great dining.
Escape your everyday routine and discover the fun pace of central Minnesota!
11.8 mile loop
1. Lakes Area Community Center
2. Glendalough State Park
3. Halverson Park
Lakes along the trail
1. West Battle
2. Annie Battle
3. Molly Stark
4. Sunset Lake
Easy to moderate
Biking, inline skating, walking, wheelchair accessible
WHERE IS BATTLE LAKE
Battle Lake is located in west-central Minnesota at the junction of Highway 78 and Highway 210. Click here for Google map.
There are three trailheads offering parking, toilets and tables.
- Lakes Area Community Center (112 W Main)
- Glendalough State Park (near the lodge)
- Halverson Park (near Chief Wenonga statue)