BWCA Portage 361 (Brandt to Gotter)

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Approximate Length:
443m (88 rods)

Lakes:

Climb/Descent Meters:
30.9

"Hilliness" Index
70

# of Comments:
5

On 6/13/2020 11:18:04 AM, Riley Smith said:
Visit Date:
6/10/2020

This portage is a brute. There are some serious hilly sections as well as rocky and muddy footing. The brush has closed in the trail quite a bit so as to barely let a canoe clear. As others have said, it is definitely a challenge in either direction.
On 8/8/2017 2:32:01 PM, aelsing said:
Visit Date:
8/1/2017

My partner and I aptly named this one 'the rock climb portage'. Very rocky, uphill both ways, slipped a few times.
On 6/11/2017 1:40:17 PM, OregonDave said:
Visit Date:
5/28/2017

A challenging portage is an understatement. Tricky footing on the downhill portions. Outfitter said its longer than indicated on the maps. Much harder for me (at 64) than many other much longer portages I've done in recent years.
On 2/7/2017 5:33:26 PM, 01richwood said:
Visit Date:
6/18/2016

Beautiful portage with nice overlooks.
On 8/9/2015 9:54:39 AM, TuscaroraBorealis said:
Visit Date:
9/4/2010

A fairly challenging trail. Some signifcant elevation changes, rocks, twists, turns, & narrow in spots. The Gotter end will almost certainly be a mucky entry in/out of the canoe
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From Brandt to Gotter
From Brandt to Gotter by 01richwood
6/18/2016
Portage from Brandt to Gotter
Portage from Brandt to Gotter by 01richwood
6/18/2016
Portage at Gotter to Brandt
Portage at Gotter to Brandt by 01richwood
6/18/2016