Duluth based Positive Energy Outdoors is dedicated to providing fun and adventure to Northland youth at their summer camps. Their adventure club is such a hit, that when some campers age out they return as counselors.
The Superior Hiking Trail Association says Larry Sampson's contributions are immeasurable. They decided to honor him by adding a new point of interest along the Ely's Peak Loop and naming it 'Larry's Lookout.'
Northland natives Jim Nowak and John Naslund have earned the name the Iron Two after running every Grandma's Marathon since it's inception. Having raced through rain, construction, and growing crowds, the men didn't let a virus break their streak.
Organizations like Courage Kenny, known for their rehabilitation and community services, didn't want to go radio silent when the virus hit, they wanted to adapt. They say it was important for them to stay connected and stay active.
Week 5: Giants Ridge is working toward adding 20 miles of bike trail by the end of the 2020 summer season. This week we take a look at how they are expanding mountain biking opportunities on the Iron Range.
The Wisconsin DNR plans to restart in-person hunter safety courses. The move comes after a hunter advocacy group filed a lawsuit alleging the department has no authority to cancel the courses during the pandemic.
Week 4: What started as a family tradition of mountain biking has become a bonding opportunity for two brothers. This week we join these brothers on the Mission Creek trail to see what it is all about.
People planning to camp at Minnesota State Parks will soon face a narrower window for reserving their sites. Starting July 1, reservations will only be allowed up to four months in advance, though reservations made prior to that date will still be honored.
The Duluth Football Club still needs host families for 8-12 players. Many are international or from around the U.S., and they can't come play if they don't have somewhere to stay. Host families get free season tickets.