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Darkest Skies at the end of the Gunflint Trail

Tilt your head back the next time you are outside at night. What can you see in the sky? The stars and constellations you are able to see will vary depending upon the amount of light pollution around you. When

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Christmas Greetings from the end of the Gunflint Trail

We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a very happy new year!

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Snowshoeing on the Gunflint Trail

Winter is a magical time on the Gunflint Trail. There’s no better way to enjoy the woods and frozen lakes than to snowshoe. Come up and stay with us at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters and find out for yourself.  

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Happy 75th Birthday Smokey Bear

It’s Smokey Bear’s 75th birthday today! There’s no better place to celebrate than in the Boundary Waters. Just be sure to hang the leftover cake from a tree limb so his black bear friends don’t eat all of the frosting

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Centennial Hiking Trail on the Gunflint Trail

Someone recently asked me about the Paulsen Mine and I came across a blog post of mine from November of 2009! What, 2009? How can it have been that long ago already? Well, just in case you’re interested, here it

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Feeding Bears and Birds on the Gunflint Trail

It’s tempting to keep feeding the birds when the weather turns ugly again but you might just get a different kind of visitor to the bird feeder if you do. Photo from the internet Be aware of bears this spring;

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Moose Viewing Ahead on the Gunflint Trail

Spring is the best time of the year to see moose on the Gunflint Trail. They love to lick the roads for any residual salt leftover from winter. We love to watch them.  Come vacation with us at Voyageur Canoe

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Lakes are Liquid on the Gunflint Trail

The fishing opener has come and gone just like the ice on the Gunflint Trail lakes.  Come experience the beauty of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness with Voyageur Canoe Outfitters.

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Rain and snow, snow and rain

Spring is here and on the Gunflint Trail that means, “Mud Season” Of course the snow doesn’t magically disappear overnight replaced by bone dry ground come morning. If only it would be that easy. Instead the shovels remain propped against

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Minnesota Moose Population

From MN DNR Northeastern Minnesota moose population remains low but stable 8th consecutive year of stability means the overall number of moose aren’t declining Results of the 2019 moose survey indicate northeastern Minnesota’s moose population remains stable but relatively low

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