Posts Tagged: Outdoor/Scenic

Hang On Tight… Experience Hands-on Journeys You Can See, Smell, Hear, & Touch

From Itineraries MinnesotaFall Issue 2007 A Five-Day Sample Itinerary for Group Tours DAY ONE International Peace Gardens – North Dakota/Canada 9 – 11:00 am Nestled on the U.S. and Canadian borders of North Dakota and Manitoba lies the one-of-a-kind International Peace Garden. Since 1932 the familiar strains of Westminster Chimes can be heard reverberating off… Read more »

Captivating Complexions up North

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2007 This sample itinerary can be customized for anytime of the year. 10 –12:00 pm Enjoy a morning tour along the shores of the Rainy River in Lake of the Woods, Minnesota’s true north. Entrenched in rich history, the Rainy River was once home to the Laurels, an ancient people that… Read more »

Here in Hinckley…

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2007 This itinerary is best in summer. 8 – 11:30 am Wake up to the beauty of Northeast Minnesota. Today your group will rent canoes from Pardun’s Canoe Rental, and paddle peacefully down the scenic St. Croix River, located within the St Croix State Park in Hinckley. Experience a relaxing… Read more »

Something Cool is Brewing in Cold Spring

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2007 This itinerary can be customized for anytime of the year. Gluek Brewery in Cold Spring is on the original Red River Trail. The pioneering trailblazers, trappers and settlers who used the trail would replenish their water supplies from the pure cold spring, which is how the town got its… Read more »

Wine all You Want in Minnesota

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2007 This itinerary is best poured in Spring through Fall. DAY ONE 12:30 – 2:00 pm Start in Alexandria, MN and tour Carlos Creek Winery, home to Minnesota’s largest vineyard, not to mention one of the largest apple orchards. Sample the fine wines produced at the winery, freely walk around the… Read more »

Rivers, Rails & A Sneaky Pete (Beer & Wine)

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2007 This itinerary is best in summer. DAY ONE 11 – 1:00 pm Begin in beautiful Taylors Falls, Minnesota with a combination boat tour and luncheon buffet on board an authentic paddlewheel riverboat. Relax for 2 hours and enjoy an outstanding luncheon as your riverboat pilot and tour guide point… Read more »

On The Fence? Head For The Border Town Of Thunder Bay!

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2007 This itinerary is best from late spring to early autumn. DAY ONE 9:30 – 1:30 pm Known for their fresh Dutch cheese, Thunder Oak Cheese Farm is the place to witness the entire cheese-making process. Afterwards, Take a Walk Through the Past at Founders’ Museum & Pioneer Village, a… Read more »

Lake Country Scenic Byway

From Itineraries Minnesota Winter/Spring Issue 2007 Discover the charm of northern Minnesota vacation country along the Lake Country Scenic Byway. This 88-mile adventure takes you through the transition in landscape from tall grass prairie to deciduous and conifer forests. What an opportunity to explore the fresh outdoors, complete with rivers and lakes, acres and acres… Read more »

Fergus Falls: Music to your Ears. Inside & Out

From Itineraries Minnesota Winter/Spring Issue 2007 This itinerary is best Spring through Summer. DAY ONE 11 – 12:00 pm Bus Arrives. Check into your motel and grab a cup of coffee for orientation. 12 – 1:30 pm You’re in for a treat at Mabel Murphy’s Eating Establishment surrounded by the Tudor-style architecture and cozy rooms. 1:30 –… Read more »

Once Upon A Byway

From Itineraries Minnesota Winter/Spring Issue 2007 This itinerary is best during Summer and Fall. DAY ONE 9 – 12:00 pm Depart Minneapolis for Fergus Falls via I-94 then segue onto the Ottertail Scenic Byway. 12 – 1:30 pm Lunch in Battle Lake. 1:30 – 5:00 pm Arrive in Fergus Falls and tour the Historic Phelps Mill. 5 –… Read more »