Meet other people interested in Boundary Waters Canoe area. This group is for volunteers who want to help maintain the wilderness hiking trails in the BWCA. What's it like? Go site seeing at or visit

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Recent Meetups

  • 3 days ago · 7:00 PM

    Discover BWCA Sioux Hustler Trail

    5 Friends of BWCA Trails

    The Sioux Hustler Trail is one of the most scenic backpacking trails in the BWCAW.  Martin Kubik, long time trail advocate, will guide us through the lens of a camera by... Learn more
  • September 7 · 4:00 PM

    Early Evening Hike

    2 Friends of BWCA Trails

    Join us for 3-4 mile (less than two hours hike) at the Terrace Oaks West community park located on the east side of County Road 11, 1/4 mile south of Burnsville Parkway.... Learn more
  • August 21 · 2:30 PM

    Backpacking the BWCA Sioux Hustler Trail - Presentation

    2 Friends of BWCA Trails

    Join Us at the North Country Trail Hiking Event in Duluth, Minnesota! Sioux Hustler Trail - Camping on Range Line Lake just before a storm Sioux Hustler Trail in the... Learn more
  • August 7 · 5:30 PM

    Pike Island -flood damage? Hike

    4 Friends of BWCA Trails

    Hardest part about this hike is finding the parking lot.  Garmin may not work and you might find yourself circling the MSP airport. From highway 5 exit on Post Road,... Learn more
  • July 22 · 5:30 PM

    Pike Island - Is the flood over? Hike

    2 Friends of BWCA Trails

    Hardest part about this hike is finding the parking lot.  Garmin may not work and you might find your self circling the MSP airport.  From highway 5 (is that right?)... Learn more
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Friends of BWCA Trails
Founded Dec 18, 2008

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    McKenzie Maps donates topo maps to BWAC trail maintenance volunteers.

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