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Ready for your Boundary Waters canoe trip?

Take the first step in planning this year’s Boundary Waters canoe trip. It’s always easier to make time for a vacation you have invested in so take action today. Voyageur Canoe Outfitters is offering a 4- day Canoe and Equipment

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Spring on the Gunflint Trail

Spring has sprung! Or it was supposed to have sprung yesterday in conjunction with the equinox. Instead, we woke up to a big dumping of fresh, moisture filled snow on the Gunflint Trail. It doesn’t look like spring around here

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BWCA Canoe Trip Outfitting Video

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Once upon a time

There was open water and my children were little so we took a canoe trip in the Boundary Waters.

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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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Awesome Boundary Waters Trip

  It’s so nice to get these kind of emails from our guests. We love it when happy campers send us photos from their trip or emails with highlights of their trip.  Feel free to send yours our way!  

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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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Another Canoe Story

Earlier this summer we had a strange thing happen at Voyageur. We have a guest who only paddles in the Boundary Waters and he only comes to Saganaga Lake through Voyageur. He comes up the Gunflint Trail a few times

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Boundary Waters Serenity

There’s still time to paddle and enjoy the solitude a Boundary Waters canoe trip has to offer. The rustling of leaves in the trees, of waves lapping against the shore and of loons calling as they gather together to head

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Rainy Day Portage

People often ask me, “Is there a place to hike in the Boundary Waters?” Besides the longer trails like the Kekekabic and Border Route Trail there are tons of places to hike, every portage is a hiking trail.  I love

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