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The Far Northland: A Century of Wilderness High Adventure at Northern Tier by Dave Kenney

Buy $34.99 

The new book “The Far Northland: A Century of Wilderness High Adventure at Northern Tier” by Dave Kenney is a beautifully crafted book that takes you on a journey through the history and experiences of Northern Tier National High Adventure program.

This stunning hardcover bound book measures 8 inches by 10 inches and contains 112 pages filled with vibrant, full-color images that showcase the beauty and grandeur of the Far Northland.

The four chapters will take you through the wilderness adventure of the Boy Scouts of America’s oldest high adventure program from 1923, when it began in Superior National Forest, to the present day. Each chapter features trail stories from people’s experiences, bringing the history of Northern Tier to life in a way that will captivate and inspire you. In between the chapters are “Portages,” covering the topics of Canoes, Gear, and Food.

The book contains stunning photography that captures the beauty of the Far Northland with approximately 170 images, including two-page spreads. This book is a must-have for those who have experienced the magic of Northern Tier, the Scouting community, and any wilderness adventurer.

A Diamond In The North: A History of Scouting Adventure in the North Country, 1923-98 by Gene Felton

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Published in 1998, the book "A Diamond in the North" tells the story of Northern Tier High Adventure, the Boy Scouts of America’s oldest national high adventure program founded in 1923. It covers the rich tradition of Scouting and wilderness canoeing at Northern Tier’s Charles L. Sommers Wilderness Canoe Base. The history begins with the launch of the first trips from Winton, Minnesota. Later the lodge gets built, the Canadian program created, and the food and gear are adapted.

Canoe Base by George D Hedrick

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Published in 1967, the book Canoe Base provides a history of the Region Ten Canoe Trails and their successor, the Charles L. Sommers Wilderness Canoe Base, owned by the Boy Scouts of America and operated by Region Ten. The program is now known as Northern Tier High Adventure. It is the Boy Scouts of America's oldest national high adventure program.

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