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Sledding in a Canoe, you betcha!

Enjoying some paddling this winter at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters.

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Rose’s Photos

We’re so thrilled one of our former Voyageur Crew members is sharing her awesome photos with us. Rose Wenck worked for us two summers ago and took some great pictures while she was there. She’s currently in a winter wonderland

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Very Cold on the Gunflint Trail

By the time Cassidy and Matt took this photo yesterday morning it had warmed up about 7 degrees. The low on the Gunflint Trail was -37 degrees, not the coldest place in the state but close! According to this article,

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Snow Storm and Bitter Cold

It snowed all day on the Gunflint Trail and the forecast says it will keep snowing.  When I went to town the road was covered in snow and there were no tracks to follow. With snow falling and trees covered

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A Beautiful End to a Wonderful Year

What a gorgeous last day of the year. Blue skies, snow covered trees and the winter wonderland of the Gunflint Trail.

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Lots of Snow = Lots of Shoveling

It also means time in the plow truck or behind a snow blower. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that we receive a lot of snow since we live in Minnesota. Do you know Duluth is in the Top 10

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Cold Winter Weekend

The high temperature today on the Gunflint Trail was -3 degrees and the low temperature for last night was -21 degrees. Those are actual temperatures without the wind chill factor. According to an article our wind chill was -41 degrees

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Gunflint Trail Fox Receives National Recognition

So the headline isn’t 100% accurate but a photographer from Burnsville, MN who took a photo of a fox on the Gunflint Trail received an award for the wildlife category of the Windland Smith Rice International Awards Competition, held by

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Enjoying Winter in the Superior National Forest

There are so many outdoor recreation possibilities to choose from in the winter. We’re lucky to live in the Superior National Forest where cross-country ski trails, lakes and snowmobile trails abound. Snowshoeing through the woods, snowball fights, building snowmen, sledding

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9 Magical Places in Minnesota

The real headline says, “10 Magical places in Minnesota that look like the North Pole” but one of them is actually located in Michigan. It wouldn’t have been difficult to find one more place in Minnesota but the author chose

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