The Itascatur Ski, Bike, and Run Club is formed to promote physically healthy,
non-motorized outdoor recreational activity in the Hubbard County area.
Itascatur is a ski, bike and run club from the Park Rapids, Minnesota region. We are a social and active group that has an organized bike ride twice weekly in the summer and also has gatherings during the ski season.
Proceeds from our events and input from member volunteers have allowed Itascatur to build and maintain the Soaring Eagle Ski trails and Nordic Center north of Park Rapids Mn. Itascatur also sponsors the Headwaters 100 bike ride, a 45, 75, or 100 mile route that showcases the beautiful fall scenery of North Central Minnesota, as well as the picturesque Wilderness Drive through Itasca State Park.
The Headwaters 100 will be held September 27, 2014.
Click here for the updated ride map.
Click here for the Headwaters 100 FAQ.
Our members use Map My Ride to plot their favorite local bike routes!
Click here to find out the best spots to ride around the Park Rapids area.
- Join Itascatur on Facebook! Join our open group community on Facebook! You'll find outdoor news, sharing, information on Itascatur events, and a great group of people who enjoy skiing, biking and cycling (and more!). Share your outdoor-themed events with the group too.
- Soaring Eagle Ski Trails is now on Facebook! "Like" our page for frequent grooming updates, open house reminders and fun skiing information.
Bike Friendly Park Rapids: May 14, 2014
Park Rapids recieves Honorable Mention as a "Bike Friendly Community"!
Bemidji, MN recieved the Bronze award level; Minneapolis recieved the Gold level. Itascatur and Park Rapids community members are working to raise the award level of Park Rapids to Bronze, and will continue to pursue this endeavor throughout the next few years.
We welcome your thoughts and ideas as to how we can help Park Rapids achieve its goal to raise our recognition as a Bike Friendly Community. If you have any thoughts or would like to help, please send us an email.
There will be more updates on this over time. If any member of the community is interested in finding out more please go to BikeMN.org. It is good to be a part of building a more safe and bike friendly Minnesota and in turn paving the way to a better quality of life!