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Winter Camping in the BWCA

These photos are from a few years ago when Mike went out winter camping. Tom Thulen captured some nice photos and makes it look like so much fun.

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Winter Camping in the BWCA

What’s the best part about working at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters in the winter? My guess is all of the fun winter activities you can partake in. Matt and Cassidy have been making the most of their time by getting outside

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Gunflint Trail Weekend Forecast- Great Weather & Fishing

I’m predicting this is going to be a busy weekend on the Gunflint Trail. First of all we have snow unlike many parts of the state right now. People can cross-country ski on exceptionally groomed trails, snowmobile through the woods

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What to Do with All of the Snow?

Build a quinzee with all of the new snow. What is a quinzee we have been asked? It’s a winter shelter that resembles an igloo and is often used for winter camping in the Boundary Waters. This website has step

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Wintery Weather

It would have been really nice wintery weather if the temperature had been colder. Instead we saw huge flakes fall to the ground and melt quickly after.  Some wet and very heavy snow stuck around but not very much. We

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Experiencing Winter in the BWCA and Beyond

Maybe I’m just hearing about it more often but it sounds like people are getting outside and enjoying the great outdoors during the winter.  Exploring by snowshoe, cross-country skis, dog sled or snowmobile is something I love to do and

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