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Moose Rescued on the Gunflint Trail

A moose fell through the ice on Hungry Jack Lake on the Gunflint Trail yesterday. Luckily someone saw it and gathered some folks to respond.  Cabin owners and the Gunflint Trail Volunteer Fire Department responded and were able to pull

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Ham Run Half-Marathon and 5k

Looking for an excuse to visit the Gunflint Trail before fishing opener? Come run the Ham Half Marathon or 5k, it’s a great route at the end of the Gunflint Tail.

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Most Moose

I love this time of the year because it is when we see our neighborhood moose the most often. We find them licking salt off of the road! Cassidy and Matt saw these two hanging out the other evening.

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Sledding in a Canoe, you betcha!

Enjoying some paddling this winter at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters.

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Rose’s Photos

We’re so thrilled one of our former Voyageur Crew members is sharing her awesome photos with us. Rose Wenck worked for us two summers ago and took some great pictures while she was there. She’s currently in a winter wonderland

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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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Very Cold on the Gunflint Trail

By the time Cassidy and Matt took this photo yesterday morning it had warmed up about 7 degrees. The low on the Gunflint Trail was -37 degrees, not the coldest place in the state but close! According to this article,

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Gunflint Mail Run Coming Soon

The sound of jingling bells will soon be drowned out by the sound of dogs barking with excitement. The Gunflint Mail Run Sled Dog Race   begins on January 7th.  There are two classes in the race with a 12-dog 110

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Cold Winter Weekend

The high temperature today on the Gunflint Trail was -3 degrees and the low temperature for last night was -21 degrees. Those are actual temperatures without the wind chill factor. According to an article our wind chill was -41 degrees

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Gunflint Trail Fox Receives National Recognition

So the headline isn’t 100% accurate but a photographer from Burnsville, MN who took a photo of a fox on the Gunflint Trail received an award for the wildlife category of the Windland Smith Rice International Awards Competition, held by

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