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BWCA Portage 364 (Flying to Green)

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Approximate Length:
483m (96 rods)


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On 9/22/2022 10:39:01 AM, eagle98mn said:
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Uphill right away coming from Flying. There was semi-fresh bear scat at the landing, so we just kept moving. Once at the top of the initial climb, the rest isn't bad.
On 6/18/2020 5:18:33 PM, Riley Smith said:
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I was fairly battered by the time I made this portage as I put in solo at 5 pm amidst a stiff headwind. I got thrown around pretty good on flying, so it was a welcome sight to come upon this portage. The flying landing was marshy, but the portage wasn't too bad.
On 8/8/2017 2:38:54 PM, aelsing said:
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Another rocky and hilly portage, though not as difficult as portage #361 from Brant into Gotter. Beautiful view of Green Lake at the end, though.
On 1/8/2017 7:44:55 PM, TuscaroraBorealis said:
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Not that long, but is a challenging uphill in either direction. It's especially tough when entering from Brandt. The quick succession of portages & short paddles in between tend to wear a person down quite quickly.
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Portage from Flying to Green Lake
Portage from Flying to Green Lake by 01richwood
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Portage out of Flying Lake into Green Lake by 01richwood
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