Support Trail Development

Every Donation Counts

The Duluth Trail system is the product of tireless volunteer work, corporate sponsorships, local, state, and national grants, and donations from folks like you. Through this support we have built one of the best trail systems in the nation, arguably the planet. And IMBA agrees by designating Duluth as one of only SIX Gold Level Ride Centers in the world. We are extremely proud of our work to make Duluth a national MTB destination, and a leader in outdoor recreation. 

The Work Continues

COGGS is a 501(c)3 non-profit chapter of IMBA, established in 1994. We rely on donations from individuals and businesses to provide the funding to meet our expansion goals for the Duluth Traverse, improve and maintain existing trails, and provide access and programming for children and adults who want to recreate on single track trails in the Twin Ports. 

Your Support Counts

Donate Once or Make an Ongoing Contribution

Now it's even easier to help COGGS with PayPal. You can use your account or a credit card to make a one-time donation or subscribe with an ongoing monthly support contribution. Alternately, we gladly accept checks mailed directly to: COGGS, P.O. Box 161261, Duluth, MN 55816. 


Our trail system is free to use, and open to all trail users. Runners. Dog walkers. Bird watchers. Kids on a hike. Everyone uses these trails. If you appreciate the quality of life in the Twin Ports which COGGS has enabled, please consider supporting COGGS today with a contribution in any amount. Every dollar counts. 


Donate Today. Thank You for Supporting COGGS!

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Corporate Sponsorship, Matching Support

Are you a business interested in supporting COGGS as a business sponsor? Or does your employer provide matching donations? Contact for more information. Thank you!

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