The North Journal
A wild place of sand dunes, shipwrecks, moose and distinctive cuisine and dialect.
Halfway between Duluth and Two Harbors, Minnesota sits an outpost of fine dining.
In 1975, the Edmund Fitzgerald, a 730-foot ship, disappeared in Lake Superior, taking with her all 29 men aboard.
Sanborn Canoe Company has quickly become one of the darlings of the outdoor industry.
Polar explorer Will Steger has turned a chore — cutting lake ice for refrigeration — into a cause for celebration and fellowship.
Begun in the winter of 1959, the Isle Royale Wolf & Moose Project is the longest-running large animal study in the world.
This summer, GP’s Jason Heaton set out to dive five of Lake Superior’s most notable wrecks.
Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan are too often lumped in with the Midwest.