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Packing With Duluth Pack - For The Camper | Duluth Pack

Packing With Duluth Pack - For The Camper

Today’s post is going to be a continuation of our Packing with Duluth Pack series. Last time we focused on the Jet-Setter, but today’s post is for The Camper. The Camper is those who feel most at home going up-north for a weekend and heading to the campsite. Hiking, canoeing, sitting around the campfire, and sleeping in tents is The Camper’s idea of a fun week and vacation. Especially in the summer, campers spend a lot of their time on weekend camp trips, vacationing in the BWCAW, and relaxing with nature. If that sounds like you, we have a few recommendations for what you can pack to make your life the best it can be while camping.

How To Find The Right Canoe Pack | Duluth Pack

How To Find The Right Canoe Pack

The BWCAW is the most heavily used wilderness area in the United States of America. Thousands of canoers travel to these areas each year for traditional camping and canoeing experiences. While it is an adventure, prepping for the trip is not always the easiest task. So how do you know what canoe pack and gear to bring and what is going to be the best way to travel light without sacrificing comfort and resources?

Picking the best canoe pack sounds easy, but the planning for the trip can be the most crucial part. Forgetting or having to leave out even one item can impact your entire experience. Make sure you have the right amount of space for what you're bringing. Lucky for you, Duluth Pack has made it our priority to make sure we can prepare you for almost any scenario. 

Outdoor Guide: How to Prepare for Your Boundary Waters Canoe and Wilderness Camping Trip | Duluth Pack

Outdoor Guide: How to Prepare for Your Boundary Waters Canoe and Wilderness Camping Trip

Every year, over 250,000 canoers and hikers make their way to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area and Wilderness for a truly remarkable outdoor experience. But before a camper can make their trek, they should make sure to have all the necessary gear. Backpacking and canoe trips in the BWCAW are not your typical camping adventure. The experience is a lot more rugged while being in the wilderness for longer periods. Because of this, packing properly and proportionally is key.

So, what are the essential tools and gear you should be taking with you?