Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

Hwy 6 Crosby

Cuyuna Lakes State Trail

Install trail underpass

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Hwy 6 is closed north of Crosby. Detour uses Hwy 210/6 in Crosby, CR 31 through Cuyuna, and CR 30 back to Hwy 6. Detour map, PDF

City of Crosby to install a pedestrian tunnel under Hwy 6 to connect the paved Cuyuna Lakes State Trail between Portsmouth Mine Lake and Croft Mine Historical Park in Crosby, Crow Wing County.

Visit the city of Crosby website for project updates, contacts about this construction project.

Detour through August

  • Motorists: Hwy 6 is closed. Detour uses Hwy 210/6 in Crosby, CR 31 through Cuyuna, and CR 30 back to Hwy 6. Detour map, PDF
  • Trail users: Paved trail is closed at Hwy 6, follow temporary crossing south of the project over Hwy 6. Expect gravel surface. Stay safe. Stay out of closed off areas.
  • AREA TRAVEL ADVISORY: Hwy 210 is closed and detoured between Brainerd and Ironton during the full duration of this project. Hwy 210 Brainerd to Ironton

About the trail

The Cuyuna Lakes State Trail is eight miles of paved trail within the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area from Crosby to Riverton. Abandoned by mining companies more than 35 years ago, the state recreation area contains six natural lakes, plus an additional 15 deep lakes that were former mine pits.

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