They were named ‘2014 Adventurers of the Year’ by National Geographic and have traveled more than 30,000-miles by canoe, kayak and dog sled over the last decade.
In this week’s Great Outdoors we take a trip with the first and only off-road tour company in Minnesota.
They loop, swoop and dive as they soar high. In this week’s Great Outdoors we take a look at a hobby that 5 to 95-Year-Old's can enjoy.
If you’re an adrenaline junkie you may have already heard of Swiftwater Adventures in Cloquet.
It might surprise you to know a well-known Minnesota Senator is creating art on the North Shore, that’s literally stopping people in their tracks.
A program in Washburn is getting kids off the couch and in motion.
Whether it’s camping for the weekend with the family or planning a canoe trip in the Boundary Waters, sometimes deciding what to pack for food can be a challenge.
Climbing up and down rocks and scaling the sides of cliffs are no match for these adventurous kids."I just climb all over stuff when I want to," said youth climber Arbor Taylor.
The Duluth Huskies have been a staple in the Northland for summer ball players who are experiencing new challenges."It's a little different than school ball because we play every day. It's more of a minor league setting because we're on the road and back at home and on the road again. It's been an adjustment, but it's been good," said pitcher Austin Carpenter.
Northlanders are finally able to enjoy being outdoors and community organizations are taking full advantage of the sunshine."2nd annual Color for Hope 5K Fun Run and Walk. All the proceeds benefit the Northland campus of Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge," said Kieth Johnson of the Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge.
A calm summer day. A great time to get on the water, and a prefect time to try stand up paddleboarding."It is a blast, it's a lot of fun, said Heather Holmes Co-Owner of North Shore Stand Up Paddelboarding.
Outdoor enthusiasts flocked to Brule this Memorial Day weekend to enjoy the great outdoors.
The Minnesota fishing season officially kicked off this past weekend allowing anglers to cast their lines in the state’s vast lakes and rivers.
"I hope that people start realizing the importance of treating everyone equally," said Adrea Grocke, Co-Chair on the Commission of Disabilities.
Team sports are a great way to get involved. However, for people that live their lives in a wheelchair, options are limited. That's where power chair soccer comes in."It's creating opportunity for everybody to be involved," said Mark Hanna of Courage Kenny Northland.