A Naturalist-led Motorcycle Tour of Minnesota’s Most Beautiful Highways, Byways and Natural Areas
Join father and son team Douglas and Bryan Wood on a 4-night, 5-day motorcycle tour of Minnesota at its finest. Travel scenic by-ways and roads off-the-beaten path to discover and learn about the amazing natural wonders that abound in this state. Each day participants will experience first-hand the diverse habitats, regions and waterways of Minnesota, while camping out at picturesque state parks and forests each night. Evenings will be filled with reflections from the day, stories and music.
A SAG (support and gear) wagon and trailer will transport gear to each campsite every day. All meals, camping fees, group camping gear and educational instruction are included. Participants are responsible for their own motorcycle and associated travel costs, and personal gear.
Price: $595 (must be 21 years or older) Minimum Participant #: 6 Maximum Participant #: 12
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT - register and pay in full by June 8, 2013 and take 10% off the above rate
Reserve by June 8 to get the Early Bird discount!
Group Co-Leader Douglas Wood: Douglas Wood has been called Minnesota’s “renaissance man” — author, artist, musician, naturalist. As a wilderness guide, Doug has led scores of trips for the Smithsonian Institute, National Audubon Society and the Science Museum of Minnesota from Minnesota to the Northwest Territories. As a writer of books for children and adults he has almost two million copies in print, including the classics Old Turtle and Grandad's Prayers of the Earth. Also an accomplished musician and composer, Doug performs his compelling Earthsongs of nature’s beauty on guitar, banjo, and mandolin, often performing with his son Bryan Wood.
Group Co-Leader Bryan Wood: As Co-Executive Director of the Audubon Center of the North Woods, Bryan has years of experience leading excursions focused on natural history for k-12 students, undergraduate and graduate level field courses, as well as adult groups. In addition to being a keen motorcyclist, Bryan has a B.A.S. in Outdoor Education from the University of Minnesota Duluth and a Masters Degree in Environmental Education from Hamline University.