About Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail
Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail is part of the larger trail system in and around the Mankato area.
On the west, it begins at Lime Valley road in Mankato and travels east 39 miles ending just outside of Faribault. At the western end in Mankato, the trail connects to the North Minnesota River Trail which, in turn, connects the West Mankato Trail which becomes the Red Jacket Trail.
The Sakatah Trail is paved and mostly flat making it ideal for bikes, strollers, and wheelchairs.
Near Mankato, there are wooded areas where visitors might spot deer and songbirds. Many parts of the trail are flanked by wildflowers and prairie grasses.
The beauty and natural surroundings of the Sakatah are available year-round. In the winter, the trail is popular with cross-country skiers.