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Imagine the perfect cross-country ski vacation. A pristine winter wilderness featuring outstanding accommodations, grooming and Nordic trails. A unique world of accessibility, solitude, natural beauty and charming hospitality. A realm where you find dependable snow from mid-December through March and sometimes into April. But you do not have to imagine; Boundary Country Trekking's ski program offers you such a ski vacation. Best of all, we offer a variety of ways to enjoy your cross-country ski vacation including the following programs.

Boundary Country's ski lodging and program is located on the forty-one kilometer Banadad Ski Trail System and midway along the two hundred kilometer Gunflint Nordic Trails.

The Banadad Trails are administrated by the Banadad Trail Association, a public non-profit organization open to all interested in maintaining, enhancing and preserving the Banadad Ski Trails.

Boundary Country Trekking offers a variety of ways to enjoy this cross-country skier's paradise.

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Base Skiing

Ski the trails of the eastern Banadad. Then spend your nights in the comfortable yet secluded Poplar Creek Guesthouse Bed and Breakfast or if you are looking for a bit more seclusion you might want to try the cozy comfort of the Tall Pines Yurt. All our Base Skiing accommodations are located along the trail.

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Yurt to Yurt Skiing

For the more adventuresome, ski the Boundary Waters' (BWCA) longest wilderness tracked trail- the Banadad. The Banadad is thirty-kilometer single-track intimate trail winding through the eastern edge of the BWCA. While on the Banadad your nights are spent at remote but cozy wilderness Yurts along the trail.

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Lodge to Lodge Skiing

Ski the Gunflint Nordic Trail System with overnight stops at the some of the Gunflint Trail's finest Resorts, Inn, Bed and Breakfast and/or Yurts along the way.

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