To go along with the cross country skiing, snowshoeing and dog sledding, we will
have talks about the railroad that ran along the north shore of Gunflint Lake in the
early 1900s. At that time there were two settlements on Gunflint Lake—the town of Leeblain and the town of Gunflint. Combined, they had several hundred residents,
in addition to the people in the nearby logging and mining camps. The town of Gunflint had a hotel, customs stations on both sides of the border, a grocery store,
trading post, homes for the residents and even Maggie's house of pleasure for the
Includes: 2 nights accommodations, all meals, all our naturalist activities and rail
road talks, and your skis and snowshoes. Ski passes and taxes are additional.