Wilderness Canoeing Until the End of September!

September 14, 2017

As the Summer season winds down, Lake Superior becomes a little too rough and unpredictable to take out our beloved kayaks. But not to worry! We have an equally scenic and adventurous alternative: Wilderness Canoeing.

As you may have heard or experienced, our Wilderness Canoeing trip is a beautiful and leisurely paddle up (and down) the Poplar River. Nestled between mountains, the Poplar River is an idea location for a leaf-peeping paddle. Not to mention, the water is warm and the wind is calm, unlike a September Lake Superior. Our activities team plans to continue the Wilderness Canoeing until the end of September and if weather permits, until MEA Weekend.

There is a 1/4 mile hike to the landing where we begin the canoe trip, but no portaging involved! The group will be on the water for about an hour and a half and then hike the 1/4 mile back to the shuttle van. Please wear shoes that can get wet. Our age limit for this event is 5 years.

Don’t forget your camera!