Algonquin Portage 30095 (Unnamed to Bluejay)

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Approximate Length:
630m

Lakes:

Climb/Descent Meters:
27

"Hilliness" Index
43

# of Comments:
2

On 8/12/2019 2:33:31 PM, Canoeman said:
Visit Date:
8/8/2019

The route from Sunbeam lake to Vanishing Pond to Bluejay to Little Doe Lake is a tough slog. Between Vanishing Pond and Bluejay the route is nothing more than a Beaver Canal with a million switchbacks and beaver dams. even early aug the water was low as we had to exit the canoe many time to move over or around obstacles and push ourselves through muddy muck. We had to leave the canoes at one point as there was no more water in the creek and hike to the shoreline to the 405 m portage. We had to bring our canoes and packs in two trips as you could not walk in the sinking watery marsh. In addition the deer flies were terrible. Avoid this route if at all possible.
On 7/18/2018 10:25:12 AM, Geoffj23 said:
Visit Date:
7/14/2018

The route from Sunbeam lake to Vanishing Pond to Bluejay to Little Doe Lake is a tough slog. Between Vanishing Pond and Bluejay the route is nothing more than a Beaver Canal with a million switchbacks and beaver dams. During the mid to late summer the water level must get pretty low, as we had to exit the canoe many time to move over or around obstacles. In addition the Dragonflies were terrible. Avoid this route if at all possible.
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