Where in MN Is All This Wilderness?

It’s the largest of its kind in the lower 48

Photo by Travis Novitsky

Minnesota’s “last true wilderness” is the largest of its kind in the lower 48: a 500-square-mile spread of carnivorous plants, great gray owls, trophy northern pike, and other miracles.

Recognize this spot? If so, fill out our form here to tell us where it is and share your connection to it. We’ll feature our favorite responses in an upcoming issue and send the winner a Minnesota Monthly prize package.

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