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Canoe Outfitter Anna

Anna is from Kinston, North Carolina and will be graduating from Appalachian State University this December. She is majoring in Recreation Management with a concentration in Outdoor Experiential Education. Anna enjoys spending time with dog and her love of dogs

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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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Leading Voyageur Canoe Outfitters

Matt Ritter and Cassidy Bechtold are on their second summer of leading the Voyageur Crew. Matt previously spent a couple of summers at Voyageur and is very familiar with Saganaga Lake.   Matt loves to paddle, camp and fish in

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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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BWCA Campsite Mess

What can a person conclude after coming across a BWCA campsite that looks like the one in the video does?  The video shows a campsite on Tuscarora Lake which is normally accessed via the Missing Link entry point into the

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Another Reason to Love the Boundary Waters

We know the Boundary Waters are a magical place. We long for the solitude and serenity found on a wilderness campsite. In the BWCA we know we are relatively “safe.” There are numerous examples of what I mean and one

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