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Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

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The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) extends along 150 miles (240 km) the U.S.–Canada border in the Arrowhead Region of Minnesota.

Key Links
USDA Forest Service
savetheboundarywaters.org@savethebwca

Google Maps
goo.gl/maps/41Ba4PpEsYsGRKWy6

Headlines
Why This Man Goes Barefoot on His Annual BWCA Trips
Vice President Walter Mondale: Protect the Boundary Waters

Recommended Listening
WTIP Boundary Waters PodcastSoundcloudBarefoot Paddler (14:47 Curiosity guides you)

Smart Speaker Commands

  • <Smart Speaker> Play WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast

Elsewhere on the Web
Arthur Carhart and the Founding the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

Stray Observations

  • The one constant is that the region is sparsely populated.
  • Canoes are the popular mode of transportation.
  • The most visited ‘wilderness’ in the USA.
  • The combined region of the BWCAW, Superior National Forest, Voyageurs National Park, and Ontario’s Quetico and La Verendrye Provincial Parks make up a large area of contiguous wilderness lakes and forests called the “Quetico-Superior country”, or simply the Boundary Waters. Lake Superior lies to the south and east of the Boundary Waters. (Wikipedia)

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