Experience the silent and beautiful world of winter in Northern Minnesota and the thrill of dog sledding with White Wolf Dog Sled Outfitters.
Dog sledding is one of the fastest growing sports today. Its popularity has been spurred on by what is known as “The Last Great Race”, The Iditarod, which has received national media attention to a greater degree every year.
The beautiful, smiling, eager sled dogs have won the hearts of many people. The appeal of dog sledding is universal and it’s an experience that leaves you with a desire to come back and do it all over again. For some, it even becomes an obsession and eventually leads to pursuing it more seriously.
Whatever your reason for seeking more information, we encourage you to study our online brochure and then contact us so that we can personally give you more information about our trips, or just to chat about this wonderful way to experience the beauty of winter from atop the runners of a sled powered by an eager team of sled dogs.
With over 100 years of combined experience in the Lumber Industry, serving not only the Ely area but also Illinois, Central and Southern Minnesota, the staff at Voyageur Lumber has just about seen it all. This combination of experience and adaptability is Vital in an ever changing Industry and an ever changing world. So, whether you’re looking to build your dream Rustic Getaway or an Energy Efficient Green Building, you can count on Voyageur Lumber to answer your questions and provide you with the materials and service you need.
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Richard is actively involved with Incredible Ely, Ten Below Coworking and the Ely Area Food Shelf.
The Ely Municipal Airport (ELO) is a publicly owned airport located 4 miles south of downtown Ely, Minnesota. The airport has approximately 21 flight operations a day.
Administrative control of the airport is the responsibility of a seven member Airport Commission. The airport is staffed by Airport Manager, Jim Preblich.
Runways and Taxiways:
One 5,600 foot paved runway with paved taxiway.
A Terminal Building with a lounge, waiting area, and office space with internet access.
Hangers with space available to rent.
US Forest Service Air Support
Fixed Base Operator (FBO), offering:
Aircraft tie downs
Aircraft fuel sales
Airport Operational Statistics
Aircraft based on the field: 21
Single engine airplanes: 19
Multi engine airplanes: 2
Aircraft operations: avg 22/day
local general aviation: 61%
transient general aviation: 37%
air taxi: 2%
The Dorothy Molter Museum is a seasonally operating, historic museum focusing on the life and legacy of Ely Area icon, Dorothy Molter.
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Through tours of Dorothy’s original cabins, self-guided exploration of our outdoor, natural areas, community programming and a wide selection of mission-driven retail merchandise (including our own Isle of Pines Root Beer), visitors will leave with an understanding of who Dorothy was, how she lived in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and a greater appreciation for the Ely Area’s natural and cultural history.
With the uncertainty of future public health initiatives and guidelines, the operation of the Museum will be significantly different this season. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we navigate these uncharted waters.
The Dorothy Molter Museum preserves and interprets Northwoods wilderness heritage through learning opportunities inspired by Dorothy Molter, the last non-indigenous resident of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).
As a private, non-profit organization representing part of the unique and rich history of northeastern Minnesota, the Dorothy Molter Museum strives to not only honor the legacy of its namesake but also, be an active and positive member of the Ely Area community and family of Minnesota museums.
Through tours in three of Dorothy’s original cabins, self-guided exploration of our outdoor, natural areas, community events, public programs, and a wide selection of mission-driven retail merchandise (including our own Isle of Pines Root Beer), visitors will leave with an understanding of who Dorothy was, how she lived in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and a greater appreciation for the Ely Area’s natural and cultural history.