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Boundary Waters trip to Rose Lake

We’ve been working on updates to our Boundary Waters canoe trip routes on our website for a number of years. It’s a time consuming task and I have the tendency to want things to be perfect. What’s that saying, “Striving

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Coming soon to Seagull Lake- 80-foot radio tower for your viewing pleasure!

WHAT? Someone decided it would be a good idea to place an 80-foot radio tower near the Gunflint Trail Volunteer Fire Department Hall #3 on Blankenburg Road near the Seagull Lake boat landing. I don’t have all of the details

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Snow in the Forecast and Ice Fishing Fun

Bring on the snow! There’s snow in the forecast and we’re hoping we get our fair share. Any snow we get now helps keep the trails for skiing and snowmobiling last longer. And it makes travel to fishing holes easier

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BWCA Winter Trek to Hegman Lake Pictographs

Just like you can’t pick your relatives you can’t choose what the weather will be like on any given day. The temperature wasn’t ideal on Saturday with a high of maybe 1 degree but that’s the day we wanted to

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Best Place to begin a Boundary Waters trip

If you’re looking for a canoe trip outfitter for gear and supplies or just a place to rest your head the night before you begin your Boundary Waters Canoe trip then look no further. Voyageur Canoe Outfitters would love to

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Mining and the BWCA News

FOREST SERVICE MOVING FORWARD WITH ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS FOR PROPOSED MINERAL WITHDRAWAL ON SUPERIOR NATIONAL FOREST DULUTH, MN  (January 26, 2018) – After receiving more than 90,000 comments during a 210-day public scoping period, the United States Department of Agriculture Forest

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Boundary Waters Slush

Have you ever been walking on a lake and felt like you were falling through the ice? It’s a scary feeling. The other day while out snowshoeing in the Boundary Waters I thought I was going down. There was a

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Cactus in the Boundary Waters?

The hoarfrost on the trees looked like cactus to me. Hoarfrost? Where on earth did that word come from? It sounds so odd. It’s Old English according to Dictionary.com,  “expressing the resemblance of white feathers of frost to an old

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Saganaga Lake Boundary Waters Trip

Layne Kennedy shared this video of his Boundary Waters Canoe trip on Saganaga this past summer. His dog Mazzie is the star. It sure makes me long for those summer days in the BWCA. Mazzie Goes Camping from Layne Kennedy

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Catching Fish in the Boundary Waters

It’s fun to catch fish in the Boundary Waters. It’s even more fun when you get to pull them up through a hole in the ice. Do you ever wonder who came up with the idea to ice fish? I’m

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