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Ham Lake Fire May 21st Part 2

Voyageur after the fire Some of you have asked how Voyageur is after the Ham Lake Fire.  A wildfire is an amazing force with a mind of its own.  It is unpredictable and relies on many variables to determine how and where

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Ham Fire May 21st, 2007

May 21 100% contained The Ham Lake Fire was officially contained on the U.S. side at 6:00 PM on Saturday, May 19, 2007.  At that time overall containment of the fire was 65% but I’m sure it is more now. 

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Ham Fire May 20, 2007

More good news The USFS has decided to re-open the lakes at the end of the Gunflint Trail on May 22nd.  This is also the same day non-residents will be allowed past the roadblock at Gunflint Narrows Road.  Due to

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Ham Run and Cinco de Mayo Point 5k

Yes, you read that correctly. Voyageur Brewing Company is celebrating Cinco de Mayo this year with a Point 5k. That’s about 1/3 of a mile that folks are welcome to run, walk, crawl or do cartwheels to complete. Included in

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Ham Run Half-Marathon and 5k

Looking for an excuse to visit the Gunflint Trail before fishing opener? Come run the Ham Half Marathon or 5k, it’s a great route at the end of the Gunflint Tail.

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Deteriorating Winter Conditions But Still Snow and Ice

The North Shore is looking more and more barren due to the lack of snow cover. The rivers are even beginning to thaw and waterfalls are starting to flow. While there isn’t enough snow for snowmobiling on the shore there

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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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