Hiking Gear Rentals

Couple with a dog hiking in the forest with hiking gear

Looking for a great way to spend time with your family this summer?

Why not plan a hiking trip to explore the backcountry of Minnesota? For an authentic hiking experience, you’ll need the right equipment, such as hiking poles, binoculars, portable chairs, compasses, portable stoves, tents, headlamps, sleeping bags, gaiters, ropes, and hiking backpacks. Our company can provide you with all of this gear and more to ensure a safe and enjoyable adventure for the whole family.

HIKING GEAR:

HIKING ACCESSORY
1 DAY
2 DAYS
3 DAYS
4 DAYS
EACH ADD. DAY
High End Sapling Child Carrier Backpack
$40
$55
$60
$65
+$5
High End Backpack (40L/45L/50L/65L/75L)
$35
$55
$60
$65
+$5
Hiking Swiss Poles
$10
$15
$20
$25
+$5
Two Burner Propane Stove
$25
$35
$40
$45
+$5
Micro Rocket Stove
$15
$25
$30
$35
+$5
Kettle, Bowl, Mug w/Lids Set
$15
$20
$23
$26
+$3
Spot Headlamp
$10
$15
$18
$21
+$3
Tactical Flashlight
$10
$15
$18
$21
+$3
Walkie Talkie
$15
$20
$23
$26
+$3
Lodge 5 Piece Cast Iron Cookware Set
$25
$35
$40
$45
+$5
Rechargeable LED Lantern
$15
$20
$23
$26
+$3

Please visit our camping page to see much more of gear that may work for you in hiking.

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Best Hikes for the Entire Family:

Minnesota consists of 17.6 million acres of forest land and well over 10,000 lakes. It’s a great place to enjoy the great outdoors, and luckily for the residents of Minnesota, literally everyone lives within 50 miles of at least one state park.

In other words, discovering and exploring the hiking trails near MN is pretty easy. With these many forests and nature trails, residents can rarely claim to have seen all the best hikes near Minneapolis.

Whether you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life or just a need a little fresh air, Minneapolis has a hiking trail the whole family can enjoy.

  • Minnehaha Creek Trail – Get to know this 2.9-km loop trail near Fort Snelling, Minnesota. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 41 min to complete. This is a very popular area for birding, hiking, and road biking, so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring. The best times to visit this trail are March through October. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.
  • Lake Nokomis Trail – 5 miles paved trails, 18 miles gravel trails along Minnesota River and Mississippi River; Snelling Lake, Pike Island 7 miles loop trail; nearby Lake Nokomis 2.5 miles loop trail.
  • Lebanon Hills Regional Park – It is one of the most popular hiking places in the Twin Cities and the largest park in Minnesota’s Dakota County. Some of the most popular hiking trails include Lebanon Hills Loop, Jensen Lake Trail, Holland and O’Brien Lakes Trail, and McDonough Lake Loop. The Lebanon Hills Regional Park is roughly 10 miles from the MSP, located within the Twin Cities metro area. You’ll see several wooden areas, snowshoeing trails, ski routes, and picnic areas. The trail difficulty is moderate, which is good news for advanced trailers looking for paths less traveled. 

Other hikes near the Twin Cities include: Hidden Falls Regional Park, Afton State Park, Fort Snelling State Park, Murphy Hanrehan Park Reserve. 

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Couple with a dog hiking in the forest with hiking gear

Looking for a great way to spend time with your family this summer?

Why not plan a hiking trip to explore the backcountry of Minnesota? For an authentic hiking experience, you’ll need the right equipment, such as hiking poles, binoculars, portable chairs, compasses, portable stoves, tents, headlamps, sleeping bags, gaiters, ropes, and hiking backpacks. Our company can provide you with all of this gear and more to ensure a safe and enjoyable adventure for the whole family.

HIKING GEARDay/Extra Day/Weekend/Long Weekend/Week
High End Backpack (40/45/50/65/75)$35/$20/$55/$70/$80
High End
Sapling Child Carrier
$40/$15/$55/$75/$90
Micro Rocket Stove$15/$5/$25/$30/$35
Spot Headlamp$10/$5/$15/$20/$30
Hiking Swiss Poles$10/$5/$15/$20/$30
Tactical Flashlight$5/$5/$10/$10/$15

Please visit our camping page to see much more of gear that may work for you in hiking

CLICK TO BOOK

Minnesota consists of 17.6 million acres of forest land and well over 10,000 lakes. It’s a great place to enjoy the great outdoors, and luckily for the residents of Minnesota, literally everyone lives within 50 miles of at least one state park.

In other words, discovering and exploring the hiking trails near MN is pretty easy. With these many forests and nature trails, residents can rarely claim to have seen all the best hikes near Minneapolis.

Whether you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life or just a need a little fresh air, Minneapolis has a hiking trail the whole family can enjoy.

  • Minnehaha Creek Trail – Get to know this 2.9-km loop trail near Fort Snelling, Minnesota. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 41 min to complete. This is a very popular area for birding, hiking, and road biking, so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring. The best times to visit this trail are March through October. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.
  • Lake Nokomis Trail – 5 miles paved trails, 18 miles gravel trails along Minnesota River and Mississippi River; Snelling Lake, Pike Island 7 miles loop trail; nearby Lake Nokomis 2.5 miles loop trail.
  • Lebanon Hills Regional Park – It is one of the most popular hiking places in the Twin Cities and the largest park in Minnesota’s Dakota County. Some of the most popular hiking trails include Lebanon Hills Loop, Jensen Lake Trail, Holland and O’Brien Lakes Trail, and McDonough Lake Loop. The Lebanon Hills Regional Park is roughly 10 miles from the MSP, located within the Twin Cities metro area. You’ll see several wooden areas, snowshoeing trails, ski routes, and picnic areas. The trail difficulty is moderate, which is good news for advanced trailers looking for paths less traveled. 

Other hikes near the Twin Cities include: Hidden Falls Regional Park, Afton State Park, Fort Snelling State Park, Murphy Hanrehan Park Reserve. 

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