Inland sea kayaking trips offer new sea kayak adventures and challenges to even those who are used to extreme kayaking.
Kayaking Lake Superior offers an opportunity to explore the world's largest lake.
The Duluth Harbor welcomes ships from around the world that travel inland through the St Lawrence Seaway, a waterway that extends for 2,340 miles from the Atlantic Ocean to Duluth.
The lake's 32,000 square mile surface area stretches across the border between Canada and the U.S.
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources: "Two countries, three states, one province, and many First Nations surround Superior's magnificent shoreline."
"Over two years, Greg Breining set out to circle Lake Superior by kayak. Paddling more than one thousand miles, he camped on the lake’s islands and shorelines, visited its places of rare beauty and solitude, experienced its wildly varied moods, and explored remote historic sites and isolated communities. The result is Wild Shore, a tale of outdoor adventure, colorful characters, memorable stories, and personal discovery."
Several Minnesota businesses offer guided sea kayak adventures. Here is basic information about three of them.
Lake Superior Sea Kayaking - Keweenaw Adventure: Our Lake Superior sea kayak tours include basic instruction by professional instructors and professional guide service. Call (906) 289-4303
North Shore Expeditions - Grand Marais Kayaking: Lake Superior Kayaking Trips, Grand Marais Kayaking Tours and Kayaking Instruction. Guided by experienced and safe kayaking guides, start in Grand Marais; get your sea legs in a protected area before we kayak out on Lake Superior. Call (218) 370-8351
Guided Sea Kayak Trips on Lake Superior - Naturally Superior Adventures: offers guided wilderness sea kayak trips on Lake Superior. Call (705) 856-2939
Tips about an adventure kayak trip.
"The first edition of The Complete Sea Kayaker's Handbook received immediate acclaim with its selection as the Best Outdoor Instructional Book by the National Outdoor Book Award group. Now this book boasts 352 pages with changes throughout to reflect the growth of kayaking as a sport."
On the Lake Superior Circle Tour page we offer road trip advice about a trip around the entire great lake.
See the scenery and visit the attractions along Lake Superior from another perspective.
Create your own kayaking "circle tour" with the resources, tips and advice from those who have made the journey.Guide to Sea Kayaking on Lakes Superior and Michigan: The Best Day Trips and Tours
While a Boundary Waters kayaking trip cannot really be called a sea kayaking adventure it has similar appeal. The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is approximately one million acres containing 1,200 miles of paddling routes within the Superior National Forest.Exploring the Boundary Waters: A Trip Planner and Guide to the BWCAW