BWCA Portage 104 (Mudro)

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Approximate Length:
219m (43 rods)


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On 5/27/2019 7:21:41 AM, Joe Scott said:
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Very rocky portage with many trip hazards. Watch your footing and you should be okay. I tripped and fell on the portage on the way from Fourtown to Mudro.
On 2/24/2019 6:10:37 PM, Riley Smith said:
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This portage is busy and you see every type of wilderness canoeist through here. We let a group go in front of us here on the way that looked pretty defeated. One of us took a spill here when a rock overturned at a landing. Other than that, not a bad portage.
On 12/30/2015 4:03:04 PM, saberboys said:
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The easy part of this series of portages. The second leg is more difficult and the third isn't too bad. * Note the first portage starts on the left side of the stream a little ways down.
On 2/13/2015 1:23:22 PM, halvorson.christopher said:
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Nothing hard here. Pretty.
On 5/10/2014 10:15:45 AM, bwbrian said:
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This is the first and easiest of the portages from Mudro into Fourtown. Be prepared for congestion as the biggest obstacle as this route feels like highway every time I go through.
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Fourtown to Mudro Portage (Mudro side)
Fourtown to Mudro Portage (Mudro side) by halvorson.christopher
Fourtown to Mudro Portage (Mudro side)
Fourtown to Mudro Portage (Mudro side) by halvorson.christopher
IMG_3740.JPG by Mike Monahan
IMG_3745.JPG by Mike Monahan
IMG_3754.JPG by Mike Monahan