WALKING ROUTES IN DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS
WELCOME TO #BLUROUTES FOR RADISSON BLU MINNEAPOLIS DOWNTOWN
#BluRoutes are walking, running and cycling routes that start and end at our hotel. They’re planned by our team members to help all exercise enthusiasts, from amateur joggers to keen runners to cyclists of all levels, continue their fitness routine when they travel or simply discover the city from a different angle. Along the way, joggers, walkers and cyclists experience the sights the local area has to offer.
Simply choose from the list below:
- Route 1 - 3.1 miles (5k)
Route one takes you across the Mississippi River with a scenic view of St. Anthony Falls and the Stone Arch Bridge, one of the city’s most iconic and historic landmarks.
- Route 2 - 3.1 miles (5k)
Route two showcases a bit of what Minneapolis has to offer. Find a nice restaurant or cafe to visit along this route, which contains several of Minneapolis’s thriving restaurants on Nicollet Mall and also guides you through the theatre district. This 3.1-mile route also leads to beautiful Loring Park and the Sculpture Garden, home of the famous Spoonbridge and Cherry art sculpture.
- Route 3 - 6.2 miles (10k)
Route three is for endurance runners/walkers who want to go a longer distance. This route provides you the best of both route one and route two. Along this route, you can find the gems of Minneapolis, such as the Mississippi River, Stone Arch Bridge, Mill Ruins Park, Loring Park and the Sculpture Garden.
- Route 4 - 1.3 miles (2k)
We know you love your four-pawed pals and that urban areas can be challenging for pets who want to let loose. This route gives you and your dog a relaxing walk to Loring Greenway and the off-leash dog park in Loring Park.
If you need a map or if you have any questions, please contact our concierge.
Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown offers #BluRoutes for the convenience of its guests and makes no representations or warranties with regard to the safety or suitability of a #BluRoute. Guests using #BluRoutes assume full responsibility for all risks of loss, including personal injury. Please consult a doctor or physician before starting a workout program.
Minneapolis is famous for its arts and culture. #ArtRoutes guides you to the city's must-see murals, sculptures, performance centers and more.
Choose from the following art venues:
- Art Venue 1: Top six art spaces
- Art Venue 2: Mississippi riverfront
- Art Venue 3: Downtown murals
- Art Venue 4: Beautiful fall foliage