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Gunflint Trail Hiking- South Lake Trail

  It had been a number of years since I last hiked the South Lake Trail. As far as hiking trails on the Gunflint Trail the South Lake Trail is not that special. It doesn’t offer amazing views like the

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Kadunce River Interpretive Trail

If you haven’t been reading the stories about our Kadunce River experience then this blog won’t make too much sense. Either skip reading it or go back and read the other three blogs first.   The overwhelming feeling of embarassment

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Humble Pie Second Helpings

It was a beautiful day on the river with the sun shining and temperature warm. The water felt warm on our feet and we gladly waded in water up to our waists to get from one falls to another. It

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Hiking on the Gunflint Trail- Northern Light Trail

I’m usually in a hurry to get to town when I’m driving from the end of the Gunflint Trail to Grand Marais.  The other day I had a few extra minutes so I decided to stop and take a hike.

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Brule River and Devil’s Kettle in August

There’s a little less water in the Brule River this month than there was earlier this summer but it’s still flowing and as beautiful as ever. It’s a must-do hike when you’re in Grand Marais, Minnesota. August June

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Hiking on the Cascade River

The North Shore of Lake Superior has a number of wonderful places to hike. State Park hiking trails, rivers, the beach, the Superior Hiking Trail or even just along dirt roads you can easily find a place to stretch your

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George H. Crosby-Manitou State Park

I haven’t hiked in the George H. Crosby-Manitou State Park on Minnesota’s North Shore but it’s on my list because it contains a section of the Superior Hiking Trail that I still need to hike. I have wanted to camp

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Border Route Trail Benefits

We’d like to extend a big THANK YOU to the group of folks working on the Border Route Trail. We appreciate your work very much. PLC GROUP IN THE BWCAW WORKING ON BORDER ROUTE TRAIL Submitted by usfs on Thu,

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A Walk in the Woods

It was a perfect day for a walk in the woods and Cook County has perfect woods to walk in.

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Hit the Trail for National Trails Day

Not that you need an excuse to go hiking but it always helps to have a valid reason to go. Saturday, June 4th is National Trails Day and we hope you’ll celebrate by going on a hike. You can call

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