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Adventures from the end of the Gunflint Trail

There are so many places one can venture from the end of the Gunflint Trail.  Here’s a video taken by Josh Prom of just one of the possibilities of a day trip from Voyageur Canoe Outfitters.

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Stay on the Gunflint Trail

Want to get away from it all? Come stay in our Riverside Cabin at the end of the Gunflint Trail. Step outside the cabin to enjoy dark night skies filled with stars and the occasional northern lights. Take a snowshoe

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Moose shedding their antlers

It’s awesome to be able to go on a snowmobile ride with friends. What makes it even better? Finding not one, but two fresh moose sheds on the trail. Here’s a picture of two Mikes at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters each

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Moose Moseying on the Gunflint Trail

While there are fewer moose on the Gunflint than in the past there are still moose and it’s always entertaining to see them. A friend on his way up to Saganaga to go snowmobiling encountered these two moose the other

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Gunflint Trail snowy silence

The silence and beauty of winter on the Gunflint Trail is indescribable. You have to experience it in order to fully appreciate how snowflakes sparkle beneath the sun and how the snow covered earth absorbs sounds.  When you are standing

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Abundant Snow on the Gunflint Trail

We’ve got plenty of snow for all of your favorite winter activities on the Gunflint Trail. Late Saturday it started snowing again and it snowed throughout the night and into Sunday afternoon. The snow clung to the trees and made

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Sauna time at the end of the Gunflint Trail

Matt and Cassidy have been busy this winter turning a bunkhouse into a sauna at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters.  This sauna will be available for guests of Voyageur to use when it’s completed.  It is located across the river and is

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Boundary Waters winter day trip

Cassidy, Matt and Bosley ventured into the Boundary Waters for a day trip the other day. The plan was to catch some fish through the ice. The fish didn’t cooperate but Matt and Cassidy did catch some great photos of

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Gunflint Mail Run Sled Dog Event

The annual Gunflint Mail Run Sled Dog Race is happening this weekend on the Gunflint Trail. It’s a continuous race with two legs of equal distance, separated by a mandatory layover.  There’s a 12-dog, 100-mile race and an 8-dog, 65

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Snowshoe, Ski or Skijor George Washington Pines

Looking for a place on the Gunflint Trail to snowshoe or ski with or without your dog? Head to George Washington Pines which is a groomed, level 2.5 mile loop for both skiing and snowshoeing. It’s a beautiful trail through

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