Minnesota and Ontario, the lands of 10,000 … hobbies. Among the hottest (and maybe the coldest) on the list of outdoor opportunities the area provides: ice climbing.
While mainstream recreational outlets and hobbies are obvious, such as ice fishing and
By Tony Dierckins
Ski jumping in Duluth can trace its way back to Jan. 1, 1905, when the Duluth News Tribune
Whether a visitor to the North Shore or a local resident, Lake Superior’s pristine waters and sprawling snowy woods sets the stage for pure serenity and relaxation.
For many, simply being away from the traffic and crowds of an urban setting is enough to achieve a “superior”
Story by David Dudley
Photos by Earl Orf
When most people think about viewing birds, usually the middle of winter doesn’t come to mind. But winter is one of the best seasons to see birds, as some venture south out
The hill looks more intimidating as you approach the edge. The anticipation is invigorating. You push off and the descent is underway. There’s something enticing about the cold air grabbing your ears as you whiz down the side of the hill, laughing as you gain speed when the runners slice through
All images courtesy of Gary and Joanie McGuffin
About a century ago, a group of Canadian artists made a series of excursions by train to the Algoma region and the North Shore of Lake Superior. Traveling throughout the area by canoe and on foot, they made hundreds