Breathe. Stretch. Relax. Repeat.
In many ways, practicing yoga on the North Shore just makes sense. Maintaining a mindfulness and consciousness of place is prevalent in the culture and attitudes in our northern home. The natural setting mimics the desired balance that yogis strive
Looking for something different to do this summer? How about going on a Lake Superior adventure at a Canadian lighthouse where you can go for nature walks, hiking, rock collecting, climbing a lighthouse tower, bird-watching, visiting an art gallery or even overnight in a guest house? You can do all
By Rob Drieslein
My young family’s first trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness occurred in 2007. To avoid using a work vacation day, we loaded our van during a muggy July evening before sleeping at our Twin Cities home. At
At 2.3 million acres, Wabakimi Provincial Park is as large as Quetico Provincial Park and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) combined. The large expanse of wilderness is located a few hours drive north and northwest of Thunder Bay. While the area is incredibly remote, wilderness enthusiasts
By Michael Furtman
There is mystery surrounding Quetico Provincial Park; that northern half of the beloved canoe country. To many people, it signifies an ideal; what they wish the Boundary Waters could be. For these people, the Quetico is a place of solitude, of exploration, of magic.
By Ada Igoe
The easy decision when planning a summer paddling adventure is to head to the Boundary Waters, but anyone who’s decided to visit the BWCAW must then make the tougher secondary decision: whether to visit the east or west side of America’s most popular wilderness