We love the BWCAW, so it wasn’t hard to get our outdoor exports at Stone Harbor to dish on their favorite BWCAW trip. Check it out and share a trip of your own in the Comments below.
Phil: Berry season on the Kawishiwi River. (Apparently these guys didn’t have Phil’s foresight to wait for the berries. That’s okay because they still gave us a great video and they left more berries for the rest of us.)
Annette: When my sister and I flew up into Quetico and paddled for 14 days.
Jan: Later September, early October. Warm during the days, wonderfully chilly at night and NO BUGS!
Jack: Ester Lake. Was it the smallmouth fishing? The great beach? The big cedars on the portage? Jack wouldn’t say so I guess you’ll have to check it out for yourself.
Megan: When I was 12 years old I went with my dad, stepmom, stepbrother. We saw moose so we stuck to the other side of the island.
Beth: Second week of September, anywhere there are no people. The water’s still warm enough to swim. The kids are gone. The mosquitoes are gone. The leaves are changing.
Nickie: I went with a friend up the Sawbill on a three day trip. A bear stole our food on the first night because we didn’t have it properly hung. We decided to stay anyway and had a great time.
Ann: My aunt and uncle were brave enough to take a bunch of their nieces and nephews and we had a blast!
Scott: I’m a Quetico guy. I’ve only been in the BWCA once but I’ve been to Quetico about 40 times. Good point, Scott. We’ll have to talk about Quetico in another blog.
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