The Superior Hiking Trail field study is a backpacking adventure that takes in mid-May during Intensive Theme 3. An affordable, Minnesota experience, students need only have a sturdy pair of hiking boots and a willing attitude. Tents, backpacks and mess gear are provided by SES
Field Study Description:
Students hike from 3 to 7 miles daily along a portion of the 296-mile Superior Hiking trail—a nationally famous hiking trail—that follows the rocky ridgeline above Lake Superior from Duluth to the Canadian border. There are trailhead parking lots every 5-10 miles, but SES student groups tent camp in primitive, wooded sites along the trail. Students work on all aspects of minimum-impact backwoods camping with the goal of being able to responsibly organize a safe backwoods experience for themselves in the future. The trails vary in condition, but can be very rocky and hilly. Some of the most beautiful hiking ever!
Students who wish to participate in this field study should:
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