Selecting the right outdoor gear for a boundary waters trip is an essential part of the planning process. Gear selection should depend on durability, weight, size, group size, and other personal preferrance factors. Use this guide as a starting point for adding to your gear collection.
The right packs are important to a enjoyable Boundary Waters experience. Traditional hiking backpacks don't work well for canoe travel. Keep moving on the portages trails with time tested traditional and high tech portage packs.View Category Details
A long day of paddling makes one appreciate a paddle of good quality and fit.View Category Details
There are a variety of canoe companies and designs which support the family trips, deep woods travelers, or soloists bound for the BWCA.View Category Details
Your guide to the essential camping gear for Boundary Waters adventures.View Category Details
Whether you are cooking for a large group or keeping it light for a backpacking trip, we have cooking gear in our guide for you.View Category Details
Don't get lost in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area by not having the right navigation tools on hand. Make sure to have a compass and know how to use it. Also a GPS can be used for an additional navigation guide and for marking and finding special spots.View Category Details