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Boundary Waters Newbie? Here's How to Eat, Plan, Paddle and Get Home

February 08, 2017

Boundary Waters Newbie? Here's How to Eat, Plan, Paddle and Get Home

The Boundary Waters consists of a beautiful stretch of wilderness along the Canadian/US boarder. The name is used in the US to refer to the US Wilderness area protecting the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.  The vast network of waterways is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts who like to canoe, fish and camp.  

The Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909 establishes free use of boundary waters for commerce and navigation forever.  Solo or via a professional outfitter, navigating this area would be an amazing adventure. 

Boundary Waters Newbie? Here's How to Eat, Plan, Paddle and Get Home

 

by Cody Nelson on mprnews.org

Sunset on Beth Lake
The sun sets over Beth Lake in the Boundary Waters on July 22. 
The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is one of Minnesota's best-loved outdoor spaces. And with more than 1 million acres of glassy glacial lakes, thick forests and streams, that's for good reason.

Still, the Boundary Waters' vastness and isolation can make planning that inaugural trip a daunting task.

 

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