City Of Lakes Loppet
There may not be a lot of snow on the ground this year, but at least it felt more like a Minnesota winter on Sunday at the City of Lakes Loppet in Minneapolis.
The beautiful Luminary Loppet drew thousands to Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis Saturday night. Volunteers created 1,200 ice luminaries that lit a beautiful path. Organizers of the City of Lakes Loppet announced earlier this week that it would be a walking-only event because there wasn’t enough snow on the lake.
While the snow is piling up on the East Coast, we’re enjoying temperatures in the 40’s here in the Twin Cities.
The City of Minneapolis is getting ready to host one of its biggest events of the winter later this month, the City of Lakes Luminary Loppet.
It’s the last day to get outside and enjoy the City of Lakes Loppet Festival in Minneapolis. Organizers say this year has been the biggest one yet for the weekend event.
If you’re getting outside this weekend, you’re encouraged head over to one of the most fun events the City of Minneapolis has to offer. Saturday is day two of the annual City of Lakes Loppet at Theodore Wirth Park.
Former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak is taking to the internet to say “thank you,” and share he’s healthier than he has been in years. Rybak suffered a heart attack two weeks ago after cross-country skiing. In his RyBlog, he joked he has no permanent damage, unless you count the shirt they cut off of him.
This weekend, you’ll be able to celebrate winter in the Twin Cities or treat your cabin fever. Here are some top entertainment bets if you’ looking to get out and have some fun this weekend.
This weekend the City of Lakes Loppet returns to Minneapolis, and once again dogs will be among those taking part.
Sunday’s snow has been great news for a big cross-country ski event in Minneapolis. The City of Lakes Loppet Ski Festival will go on with no major changes.
The winter carnival without snow. The City of Lakes Loppet moved off the lakes. This has been a very unusual winter.
This year’s wimpy winter is now having an impact on a big Minneapolis event — the City of Lakes Loppet, which will take place next weekend.
First it was the dog sled marathon, then it was the snow sculpting competition, now the unusually warm temperatures have forced changes in the City of Lakes Loppet.
While the snow can be frustrating for commuters, it’s putting the fun back into some major wintertime activities.
More than 6,000 skiers will strap on their cross-country skis for this year’s City of Lakes Loppet.
Maybe it’s all the snow or maybe it’s the recent uptick in temperatures that has people excited about this year’s City of Lakes Loppet.