BWCA Portage 359 (Horse)

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Approximate Length:
290m (58 rods)

Lakes:

Climb/Descent Meters:
20.1

"Hilliness" Index
69

# of Comments:
5

On 6/29/2019 3:08:15 PM, mada1973 said:
Visit Date:
6/28/2019

Once again, concur with previous statements. The boardwalk was cool though. Further upstream toward Horse there are two sets of rapids, one of which we had to wet shoe and the second one, right at the entrance to the eastern bay on Horse, we needed to portage, on north side (although really easy), since we were going upstream. Pretty easy however.
On 5/27/2019 6:40:37 AM, Joe Scott said:
Visit Date:
5/21/2019

This portage is on the opposite side of the river than the maps indicate. it is also a bit longer than the maps state.
On 9/30/2018 2:43:16 PM, Mike Monahan said:
Visit Date:
9/28/2018

The water levels were low when we traveled the Horse River which added several more portages that are not marked on the map. Low light with snow showers made the rocks very slippery and hard to see the one's hiding an inch under the water.
On 6/6/2018 4:38:41 PM, twincitiesjesse said:
Visit Date:
5/31/2018

Found this portage on the eastern bank of the river, not on the western bank. The boardwalk across a marshy area that can be slippery when wet. Look at the aerial view - the boardwalk is visible. We were able to paddle through all rapids upstream of this portage.
On 2/13/2015 1:29:44 PM, halvorson.christopher said:
Visit Date:
6/19/2014

Take all the marked portages. There are some unmarked that you can paddle through... but get out for the marked ones.
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