The vibrant sister ports of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin are well worth a visit, by boat — or otherwise.

Lakeland Boating Magazine
by Heather Steinberger
March 2012

Cover layout for the Duluth Superior story in Lakeland Boating Magazine.FEW CITIES CAN COMPARE WITH DULUTH, MINNESOTA, when it comes to sheer paradox. Located in the far reaches of the Upper Midwest, where Wisconsin’s and Minnesota’s deep, dense North Woods kiss the shores of mighty Lake Superior, this community of nearly 90,000 people still conjures images of a remote, hardscrabble world. After all, this is a land of arctic winters and a frigid, temperamental inland sea. It’s a land of Dakota and Ojibwe legends, prospecting iron men and tough lumber camps. Download the PDF

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