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Time on the Ice on the Gunflint Trail

Sam Cook is an outdoor writer from Duluth, Minnesota who loves to spend time in the outdoors. He recently wrote an article about the lake trout opener for lakes outside of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. He spoke to numerous

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The Rootbeer Lady

I sometimes forget snowmobiles were once allowed in the Boundary Waters or should I say the area that is now the BWCA? I came across an article about the Rootbeer Lady of Knife Lake and it talked about how a

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Ice Fishing for Lake Trout

The big lakes are still ice free while a few of the smaller ones have frozen over. Hopefully the temperatures will cool down and the big lakes will freeze solidly before the Lake Trout fishing opener. The lakes don’t have

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Snowy Fun Near Ely

A friend planned a weekend get-away that was right up my alley. We drove over to Ely and rented a cabin on Burntside Lake at Camp Du Nord. I didn’t know what to expect but what I found was a

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Seventies and Sunny on the Gunflint

It’s unlike any deer opener I can remember. Temperatures in the seventies, sunshine and barely a breeze on the Gunflint Trail. What an unusual November weekend. Oh how nice it would have been to be camping in the BWCA this

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Paddling & Camping in the BWCA is my Passion

What makes you happy when you talk about it or think about it? That’s one way to determine what you are passionate about. It’s absolutely gorgeous outside today with the sun shining brightly and warmly. It makes me wish I

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Wilderness in the News

If you’re looking for some good reading then here it is.  Oh and here too! Boundary Waters and Quetico Park are getting some ink, enjoy!

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Seagull Lake Nature Trail

One of my favorite hikes is the Seagull Lake Nature Trail. The trailhead is at the entry point 54 landing into Seagull Lake at the Trail’s End Campground. There’s a brand new sign at this entry point that was just

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Beautiful Day for a Paddle

When the sun is shining and it’s 57 degrees outside at the end of October it’s a perfect time to go for a paddle. And where’s the perfect place to go when you’re at the end of the Gunflint Trail?

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October in the BWCA

It’s been a few years since I’ve camped in the BWCA in October. I recently had the opportunity to spend a few nights in the Boundary Waters and as usual it was wonderful. It was just Rugby and me for

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