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Kadunce River Interpretive Trail

If you haven’t been reading the stories about our Kadunce River experience then this blog won’t make too much sense. Either skip reading it or go back and read the other three blogs first.   The overwhelming feeling of embarassment

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Kadunce River Rescue

When we finally heard voices we were ecstatic and relieved. We couldn’t hear what they were saying very well over the loud sound of the waterfall but we were able to communicate to them that we needed to be rescued.

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A Delicious Humble Pie

This week I had a taste of humble pie. Well, maybe it was more like an entire humble pie? Not with whip cream on top but with a huge scoop of embarassment on top. Instead of the feeling of an

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Hiking on the Cascade River

The North Shore of Lake Superior has a number of wonderful places to hike. State Park hiking trails, rivers, the beach, the Superior Hiking Trail or even just along dirt roads you can easily find a place to stretch your

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Hiking the Superior Hiking Trail

I was able to get out and stretch my legs this afternoon on the Superior Hiking Trail. There’s nothing like walking in the woods.  The smell of the forest and the sound of birds and babbling brooks have a way

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Hit the Trail for National Trails Day

Not that you need an excuse to go hiking but it always helps to have a valid reason to go. Saturday, June 4th is National Trails Day and we hope you’ll celebrate by going on a hike. You can call

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How to Pack a Backpack

Hearing about the Voyageur Crew hiking in Arizona got me dreaming about hiking. I’ve seen infographics about packing a bag before but thought I would share this one with you today.  Happy Trails!

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Voyageur Hiking Crew

Tony and Hannah who were part of the Voyageur Crew for the past two years have a spring break tradition. Every year they go on an overnight hike with a group of their friends. This year Matt and Cassidy, current

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Take A Hike and Call Me in the Morning

I know how good hiking is for my mind and body and it turns out so do doctors. According to this article by Marilyn Rodgers doctors agree hiking is great for your mental health. Here are the key points to

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Too Many Adventures, Too Little Time

There are so many possibilities for day trip options on the Gunflint Trail it’s difficult to decide what to do when you have a free day. The obvious choice is to go canoeing but there’s the not so obvious options

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