Kayakers flock to the North Shore for spring runoff thrills
Published 05/12/2013, Minnesota Public Radio
Along the North Shore of Lake Superior, streams like the Lester River in Duluth are roaring, full of chocolate-brown, frothy, churning spring runoff. It’s that time of year when hikers are warned to stay away from the creeks — and when kayakers like Chris Baer flock to them.Word count: 815
The full article is available to newspaper subscribers. If you are a subscriber please log in to continue reading.