BWCA Portage 317 (Amoeber)

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Approximate Length:
409m (81 rods)

Lakes:

Climb/Descent Meters:
45.4

"Hilliness" Index
111

# of Comments:
4

On 8/26/2019 1:54:04 PM, Mike Monahan said:
Visit Date:
8/21/2019

A bit more elevation to overcome but all and all it's well maintained and short. Amoeber Lake is a gorgeous lake.
On 7/28/2019 8:40:14 PM, unshavenman said:
Visit Date:
7/24/2019

Took this portage coming from Amoeber and it wasn't bad at all compared to the Esther to Hanson and Hanson to Cherry portages. Note that the McKenzie map shows another portage in the narrow finger bay to the east of this one, but it doesn't exist.
On 2/24/2019 7:21:32 PM, Riley Smith said:
Visit Date:
5/27/2017

A little work out here for sure. I didn't struggle with finding this one as the other commenter did. Maybe I just got lucky.
On 1/29/2019 1:09:46 PM, flynn said:
Visit Date:
9/9/2018

This little sonuvagun is mismarked at the east bay on the Fisher map, don't remember which one specifically. It's marked properly on PP and on my Garmin BWCA maps. There are false portages all along the northeast shore (found 3 of them). The east bay is super shallow and swampy and smells lovely when you stick your paddle into the muck. Portage had some real elevation and left us out of breath. One of my least favorites in the BWCA so far.
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