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At the end of the Gunflint Trail you'll find Voyageur Canoe Outfitters just outside of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. This aerial 360 depicts the rugged and rocky evergreen-dappled terrain that makes Minnesota's Canadian-American border famous. The drone was flown at a relatively low elevation to show off VCO's amenities, the shifting terrain and the transition from cabin country to wilderness off on the horizon.

An important part of shooting Drone 360s is knowing FAA regulations. Areas along the Gunflint Trail and Superior National Forest are open to drone flight. Just north and south of VCO you're in the BWCA where all aircraft most be at least 4000 ft. above sea level. That means, as low altitude aircraft, drones are not allowed to be flown in the wilderness area, but they are along this stretch just outside of the BWCA.


Check out the complete Street View tour and then book your excursion:

"We can outfit you with as much or as little camping gear as you want for your canoe country adventure. We have complete outfitting packages where we provide everything or you can just rent a pack, paddle or canoe from our list of partial outfitting items. Many groups take advantage of our awesome location and spend the night in our private bunkhouses before getting a tow on Saganaga Lake or paddling from our dock into Seagull Lake. If you’re looking to relax at the end of the Gunflint Trail in a cabin then you can do that at Voyageur too."

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