Minnesota, the 'Land of 10,000 Lakes' is replete with wonderful paddling options for everyone--from families seeking serene waters for youngsters, to expert kayakers looking to test their skills on ripping rapids. This guide, an update of Greg Breining's Official State Guide, includes more than 100 trips and 23 brand-new paddles that represent the full range of paddling experiences Minnesota has to offer, from paddles down the Minnehaha Creek in the heart of the Twin Cities, to excursions through the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area in the remote northern reaches of the state. Minnesota is a paddler's playground, and this guide is the key to discovering the many wonders of its clear, blue waters. Look inside to find: clear maps, difficulty ratings, and points of special interest, as well as fascinating insights on the history and ecology of the Minnesota waterways.
About the Author
Greg Breining has kayaked the whitewater streams of the North Shore, canoe-camped in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, and float-fished streams throughout the state. His articles have appeared in The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Audubon, Islands, and National Wildlife.