Is that a beaver or an otter swimming in front of our canoe? This unique encounter is one of the many opportunities you will have to observe the variety of abundant wildlife as you paddle one of Wisconsin’s most scenic waterways. The Namekagon/St. Croix river trip offers you the perfect opportunity to develop your […]
Next to the spectacular North Shore of Lake Superior lies the Superior Hiking Trail. More than 200 miles of footpaths parallel the Lake Superior shoreline through the rugged Sawtooth Mountains. Secluded mountain lakes and breathtaking vistas, together with roaring waterfalls and towering stands of timber, highlight this wilderness experience. In 2000, Backpacker Magazine listed […]
With its intimate camp sites and welcoming atmosphere this is the perfect wilderness trip for smaller groups. Slip your canoe into the water, paddle out of sight of the landing, and look around. You’re treated to a view of nature, of wild beauty and its entire splendor. The gentle babble of the river is […]
Explore Minnesota’s lake-studded Superior National Forest, full of wide-open skies reflected on peaceful waters. Trout and walleye flash below your boat while beavers, herons, and eagles make their homes near yours. Your days are spent paddling and portaging through a chain of lakes and swimming in crystal clear waters spend your evenings around the camp […]
Enjoy a wilderness adventure and a service experience rolled into one in this partnership with the National Park Service! Paddle a stretch of the beautiful Namekagon/St. Croix waterway, stopping along the way to practice Christian creation stewardship by cleaning up the river for the creatures and travelers who call it home.
Group cost: $4,600
Combine wilderness and service on the Ice Age hiking trail in central Wisconsin! In partnership with the park service, your group will be backpacking, clearing trails, growing closer together, and enjoying a truly rustic camping experience! Your valuable work developing the Ice Age hiking trail will make this important piece of creation more accessible to […]