Scrolling through Facebook this morning I came across a blog that ranked the "10 Coolest Minnesota Towns." It's hard to rank "coolness."  Some people's idea of cool might be hiking and biking while others might want art museums and fancy restaurants.

The writer picked Duluth as the coolest.  It's hard to argue with Duluth.  It is a really cool place that offers something for everyone.  Here's what the blogger from highwayhighlights.com wrote:

"Duluth, MN – Known as “The San Francisco of the North,”  Duluth takes the number one spot on this list for numerous reasons: For its significant contrast with the farmland and relatively flat majority of the western part of the state; For its vintage-feeling, tourist-friendly Canal Park and Liftbridge; for its unique attractions like the Glensheen Mansion and the Great Lakes Aquarium; and its access to the wild & scenic North Shore of Lake Superior. Not to mention its in-town waterfalls, hikes, skiing, and unique architecture of its downtown. It’s pure Minnesota, a place where it’s almost impossible to run out of things to do."

Here's the entire top 10.