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Bright Lights in the Boundary Waters

While out canoe camping in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness you don’t expect to see bright lights. That’s what makes camping in a wilderness area all the more fun. However, there are some instances when you might see some

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Paddle the Boundary Waters

Do you have a canoe camping trip in the BWCA planned? Here’s a way to get get a stipend for meals while you’re out in the Boundary Waters.  Sign up online at the Northwoods Volunteer Connection website. Why monitor visitor

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Boundary Waters Canoe Trip Video

Brock Johnson provided us with a link to his youtube video of his BWCA canoe trip with Voyageur Canoe Outfitters. It’s filled with great Boundary Waters scenery and we knew you would enjoy watching it. Thanks for sharing Brock!  Check

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Boundary Waters Outfitter, Jack

  Does Jack look familiar to you? Every time I see him I can’t believe how much he looks like his older brother Andrew who worked at Voyageur for a number of years beginning in 2007. I think it’s 5

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BWCA Canoe Outfitter, Giulia

This year we have two female crew members from the East Coast.  Giulia is from Richmond, Virginia and is in her Junior year at Rhodes College studying spanish, anthropology and sociology. Her hobbies include reading, mentoring, running and watching Frontline

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Happy 4th of July!

We hope you have a fun filled day with family and friends!

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Wilderness Outfitters Closed

We are super sorry to hear the doors of Wilderness Outfitters in Ely, Minnesota have been closed. According to newspaper reports the business was shut down by the IRS for failure to pay taxes. “A search by the News Tribune

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Crystal Clear Boundary Waters

We’re so lucky the water in the Boundary Waters is clean. I forget about how fortunate we are to have awesome water to swim and paddle in. One look at a shallow lake elsewhere in the state reminds me of

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Rainy Day in the BWCA

A Boundary Waters canoe trip is a wonderful adventure. Every adventure needs to have a variety of highs and lows or extremes to make it even more memorable. A rainy day or two in the BWCA is a prerequisite for

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Towboat Service on Saganaga Lake

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could guarantee seeing moose on every towboat ride out to Saganaga Lake or the Quetico Park? Unfortunately we can’t guarantee it but we can say it does happen and it’s always thrilling when it

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