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Downtown Duluth and its famed hills off in the distance, the islands of the St. Louis River in all directions, a few ice houses further down the river and snowshoers marching on across the frozen landscape; this quintessential Twin Ports winter landscape was captured for Visit Duluth. An aerial 360 from 200 feet above the bay gives you all these vistas from one dynamic 360 photograph.

Here's a little info about the estuary:



"Sheltering the estuary from cold, deep Lake Superior, Minnesota Point (aka Park Point) and Wisconsin Point are considered, together, the longest freshwater sand bar in the world...In addition to beaches, trails provide access to the many distinct habitats found around the estuary. In Wisconsin, one of the largest municipal forests, Superior Forest, provides motorized vehicle, hiking, skiing and mountain biking trails around Pokegama Bay, an area of forested wetlands, clay flats, and uplands."

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