The Friends' Guide to the Boundary Waters

· Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness
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About this ebook

The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is a unique and stunning part of the American landscape. Each year, thousands of people come here to connect with friends, family and the natural world. This book is your key to unlocking the wonders of this national treasure. Topics inside include:

• How to plan a trip

• Safety in the wilderness

• Setting up camp

• Basic canoe skills

• What to bring

• And much more!

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About the author

Pete Marshall is the Communications Director for Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. He has paddled over 8,000 miles through remote regions of the United States and Canada, including two expeditions that have lasted over 120 days. He lives in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, with his wife and son. 

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