Minnesota State Highway 37
is a highway
in northeast Minnesota
, which runs from the intersection of U.S. Highway 169
and Minnesota 37 in Hibbing
and continues east to its eastern terminus at the intersection of Minnesota Highway 135
and Minnesota 37 in Gilbert
Highway 37 serves as an arterial route between Hibbing and U.S. Highway 53.
Minnesota Highway 37 is 27 miles in length and passes through the communities of:
Minnesota Highway 37 serves as an east-west arterial route between Hibbing
, and Gilbert
in northeast Minnesota.
The western terminus for Minnesota 37 is its intersection with U.S. Highway 169
The eastern terminus for Minnesota 37 is its intersection with Minnesota State Highway 135 in Gilbert.
Highway 37, east of U.S. 53
, was authorized in 1933
Highway 37 between Eveleth and Hibbing was authorized around 1950.
The section of Highway 37 between U.S. 169 at Hibbing and U.S. 53 at Fayal Township was originally designated Minnesota Highway 216, until 1963.
Highway 37 was paved by 1940.