After the summer crowds have left, the quiet beauty of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA) rewards paddlers who explore the winding rivers, scenic lakes, and deep woodlands of this protected area. In September the air is crisp and the fall colors are starting. On our autumn canoe journey, we travel through a chain of lakes, picking a route that fits our desire to balance seeing as much as possible with having time to relax. Please join us for a wonderful autumn adventure!
|September 08 to September 14, 2021|
|$2495.00 - Limited Availability|
This trip is great for any woman in basic good health. Beginning canoeists are offered the training they need to build new skills with confidence. More experienced paddlers have ample opportunity to improve their techniques and learn new wilderness living and traveling skills.
Each day's mileage will depend on weather, terrain conditions, campsite availability and group ability. The portaging takes place on wooded trails, full of roots and rocks that is inevitably slippery in places. This is an excellent trip for both novice and experienced canoe paddlers and for anyone comfortable with camping that wants to explore a beautiful corner of the country.
Our first and last night will be spent in a simple but sturdy bunkhouse. Each participant will have her own bottom bunk. There are shared bathrooms. While camping we will utilize 2-4 person tents, provided by our outfitter. Due to the campground sizes restrictions, it is not possible for participants to each bring their own tent.
Below is the proposed itinerary for the trip. As is true on any adventure travel trip, plans for any specific day may be modified due to weather considerations, unforeseen circumstances, new opportunities, and group interests.
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