We all romanticize about the quaint, little lodge in the woods. But on the Gunflint Trail, it’s real. The log lodge, the grand resort, the shimmering lakes, and a million acres of pristine Minnesota forest.
Just pull up a chair by the fireplace, soak up the sun on the dock, or treat yourself to a sauna—your warm and welcoming hosts will make sure you won’t ever want to go home.
The Gunflint Trail National Scenic Byway begins in Grand Marais and winds 57 paved wilderness miles northwest near the border of Canada. It’s the gateway to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness/BWCAW; named one of the world’s “50 places of a lifetime” by National Geographic.
PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES AND COMPLETE A GUNFLINT TRAIL NATIONAL SCENIC BYWAY SURVEY. Survey deadline is October 23, 2014. THANK YOU!
Things to do
The farther you get from all the commotion, the closer you get to things that really matter – family, friends, and the little voice inside that tells you it’s okay to take it easy.
So whether it is summer activities like boating, canoeing, hiking or fishing, or winter activities such as cross-country skiing, dog-sledding and snowmobiling, Minnesota’s Gunflint Trail can keep you busy—and relaxed—through four full seasons of recreation.
Be sure to have your camera ready along the way.
You might just see a moose. Or, a wolf, bear, deer, loon, eagle, fox, lynx…
Whether for a day or a week, solo or with family, the Gunflint Trail is the place to experience nature at its purest and its best. Part storybook adventure, part enchanted forest.
See for yourself with these LIVE WEB CAMS sprinkled throughout the Gunflint Trail.