Boundary Waters


Boundary Waters - Level 2 Trip

June 4-13, 2011

Troop 137 is traveling to the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area and Quetico Provincial Park (Canada). A trip of a lifetime and a Scout favorite - we will be canoeing and camping for up to 8 days in a fisherman's paradise. See moose, bald eagles, and loons; enjoy historical Indian pictographs and trading sites, and fish for walleye, smallmouth bass, and Northern pike in crystal-clear lakes and rivers.

An average day in the Boundary Waters may include canoe travel between 5-10 miles, including portages, setting up camp, group meals, fishing, hiking, exploring. We plan at one or two "layover days" where we stay in one camp site for two nights to allow for extra exploring (and fishing) days. Group sizes are limited to 9 persons per group in the Boundary Waters. Depending on the number of trip participants, we may divide into groups of 9 or less.

Itinerary

Costs & Due Dates

The total cost for this trip is estimated to be approximately $ 950 based on a 8-day trip (on the water). Once we select our routes and begin making reservations for airlines, ground transportation, and the canoe package, we will be able to give you an exact price. The cost includes all transportation, food, lodging, and canoe and equipment rentals. The only items not included are fishing gear and bait, fishing licenses, and extra money for snacks and souvenirs.

Deposits and payments are due as follows:

Rules for participants

Questions & Answers

Adults in Charge:

Questions should be directed to Mr. Markus Kunz.

06 Apr 2012 MSS