If you're planning your first trip in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, we found five wonderful videos to view and share to help make your first trip a success.
Feeling confident that you can dunk your water bottle into your water source is a unique spot to be in. I only do it here and there in the Boundary Waters. Everywhere else, it’s good to have an outdoor water filter. Here the types and methods I have tried with pros and cons for each.
Boundary Waters camping during the typical "storm season" in July takes some forethought on setting up your camp in case of a severe storm rolling through. Here is one story of a wicked storm in BWCA.
When you are working remote challenges come that you never thought would occur. We offer 4 short suggestions to make your work-at-home experience a great experience.
This list of essential items to consider when packing your own wilderness First Aid Kit.
When planning a trip there are a number of factors to account for here is a shortlist of things to consider when beginning to plan for a trip in the BWCA.
A rookie outdoor guide tells his story of a training disaster striking on the open water in Ima Lake in Boundary Waters Canoe Area. It yielded valuable tips.
Shelter, water, fire, food are all tools of survival in the wilderness. However, these survival skills are useless unless you have honed one key skill
These are my favorite entry points. I have taken a number of trips from each spot and find that they have worked out great. That being said, here are my 3 favorite BWCA Entry Points with opportunities and obstacles.
Have a bunch of outdoor gear but want to step up your experience? Well, this shortlist targets the items to would upgrade first in order to have a more comfortable, enjoyable experience in the woods.