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The BWCA is over one million acres in size…  over 1,200 miles of canoe routes…  over 1,000 lakes and rivers!

VOTED one of the top 50 places to visit in a lifetime by
National Geographic Adventure Magazine.

A great photo taken by the Canoe Woman

Wilderness Journey is a full outfit and guide service for canoe- camping adventures in the Superior National Forest’s BWCA in northern Minnesota.  It truly is the ultimate outdoor experience including fishing, wildlife, photography, history and more!

   click here for BWCA slide-show

“Wilderness Journey is a business manifested by my passion for the BWCA and driven by my desire to share the experience with others.  The experience promises to be unique.  Each journey is customized to fit the needs and desires of our client.  I believe it is not only our goal to guide a safe and adventurous journey but to create life long memories for all our clients.”-    Ramsey Dowgiallo

April Newsletter

Wilderness Journey Newsletters


8 Responses to Home

  1. admin

    it looks like its going to be an early ice out year this year. here is the Minnesota’s Historical Lake Ice-Out Dates. for those that don’t know the bwca is in the northeast section.

    http://climate.umn.edu/doc/ice_out/ice_out_historical.htm

  2. admin

    This is a report sent to us yesterday.

    (Ice went out, First time ever in March!!!! Trees are budding, usually this occurs in Mid-May!)

    Looks like it will be an early paddling season!!!

  3. admin

    Just arrived in Ely yesterday and leaving on the first trip of the year with a repeat client (Dave Tait) and his two son’s on a 6 day trip to the greatest fishing lake in the lower 48. I’ll send an update when we exit next week.

  4. admin

    We had a pretty cool wildlife experience…An Eagle and Osprey battling it out a few hundred feet above us, You can read which was the winner in the June newsletter.

  5. admin

    Had a Loon swim underneath the canoe, heard wolves howl and caught 187 fish.

  6. admin

    Since I am no longer in the left seat on the Hawker nor Citation jet aircraft my wife, Mike, and I have dedicated ourselves to helping others achieve better health and fitness. Following our own words of advice and using the all natural nutritional supplements has enabled me this year to take on backpacking, canoeing and portaging up to 3 miles with 70 lb packs or canoes in the BWCA (Boundary Waters Canoe Area) on the northern Minnesota / Canadian border as well as travel to Montana for some spring creek, lake and Bighorn River fly fishing for trout. Anyone fit enough or want guidance to get fit enough to join me on a repeat of either or both trips in 2014???!!! The pictures tell the story.

  7. Gage Percival

    Thanks again for the life long rememberable trip. From fishing to campfire stories I really had a blast. Let us know how the Pecan-Walleye recipe turns out. Have a great summer and safe paddling!

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