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Hiking the Magnetic Rock Trail on the Gunflint Trail

The Magnetic Rock Trail is probably the most well-known hiking trail on the Gunflint Trail. The well-marked trailhead is 48 miles from Grand Marais and the parking lot is directly off of the Gunflint Trail on the East side of

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Hiking the Centennial Trail on the Gunflint Trail

There are so many wonderful hiking trails on the Gunflint Trail and lucky for us, many of them are located near Voyageur Canoe Outfitters. Our cabin guests can access the numerous trails at Chi-Wauk Museum as well as the Seagull

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Walleyes spawning in the Seagull River

The spawn is on! We were able to see quite a few walleyes in the Seagull River yesterday. It’s always neat to see the various sizes of fish as they make their way against the current. We can’t wait until

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First day trip of the year

We had a wonderful time canoeing on Sunday. There is still ice on Saganaga and the bigger lakes on the Gunflint Trail so we found a creek to paddle. The weather wasn’t perfect as it was in the 40’s and

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Ice, ice baby on the Gunflint Trail

The lakes on the Gunflint Trail still have ice on them. The swamps, ponds and rivers are relatively ice free. There are different methods of determining when the ice will be off of the lakes and at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters

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Moose and more on a Monday morning

The wildlife is out and about and we’ve been treated by numerous moose sightings on the Gunflint Trail. The waterfowl is also abundant since we’re one of the few places with open water. Anywhere there is open water you can

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That’s more like it

Yesterday was a glorious day at the end of the Gunflint Trail. The wind finally quit blowing and the temperature reached 52 degrees! The forecast calls for a beautiful weekend with temperatures in the 50’s. This is the kind of

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Frozen Saganaga Lake

This video is from a few weeks ago but rest assured, Saganaga Lake is still completely frozen over. We’re not sure what the beaver was doing on top of the ice so far from any open water. We’re hoping he

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Where there’s a will there’s a way

The Boundary Waters may be closed until May 4th but that didn’t stop my daughter and niece from going for a paddle in front of Voyageur Canoe Outfitters the other day. Neither did the snowbank they had to portage over

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Beauty of the Gunflint Trail

This is my happy place. I’m lucky it’s so close to Voyageur Canoe Outfitters so I can visit it often.

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