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Lakes and Mountains


For families and individuals with a sense of adventure!

Explore a mountain top, then paddle a canoe across beautiful Wolf Lake (through October) or traverse our high-ropes course (November 1 – December 20.) As you travel, learn fascinating stories from a Wolf Ridge naturalist-guide about what makes this area so special. It’s the perfect way to spend an afternoon together in our own corner of Lake Superior’s North Shore!


 

Activities


Marshall Mountain Hike

Wolf Ridge’s Marshall Mountain puts the North Shore’s scenic beauty, and geological story, on full display. Take a hike to the top of this mountain with your naturalist guide, learning about the fascinating geology of the Lake Superior region, and take in a view from the top that is second to none in the area. It’s a bit of a climb, but the trip is well worth it!

 

plus… the Adventure Ropes Course (now – Dec. 20)

The best way to meet a new personal challenge and see the beauty of the area is to experience our Adventure Ropes course. Traverse several different high ropes elements and set new goals for yourself, all the while seeing the sweeping lakes and hills of our North Shore home. The end of the ropes course concludes with a trip down the zipline, a fun ride that you won’t forget!

 

or…Wolf Lake Canoeing (starting Spring 2021)

Climb aboard our replica Voyageur-style canoe and explore the rugged and beautiful shoreline of Wolf Ridge’s Wolf Lake, all the while learning about Voyageur history and lore and northern Minnesota’s important water resources. Be ready to paddle, get a few photos, and perhaps do a little singing!

 

Dates


5 days/week, Wednesdays – Sundays

1:00 – 4:30 PM
Now – December 20th, 2020

 

Cost


$69 per person

Children age 2 and under are free of charge.
We accept credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express).

 

COVID-19 Practices


Participants and instructors must have masks available for times when we may gather on the trail and at check-in. While hiking at a 6-foot distance, canoeing, or traversing ropes course elements, masks are not required as take place outdoors in the fresh air. Indoor restrooms are available and equipped with hand sanitizer.