Quetico Portage 5129 (Beaverhouse)

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Approximate Length:
513m (102 rods)

Lakes:

Climb/Descent Meters:
32

"Hilliness" Index
62

# of Comments:
4

On 8/10/2019 10:53:37 AM, allie_hera said:
Visit Date:
8/9/2019

We went in this portage on August 6 and came out of it on August 9th. Just a hiking trail really. One spot was under water from a nearby pond. But really nothing terribly difficult. PS wheel barrel is for park rangers not portagers... we make their life more difficult if we move it from where they left it.
On 6/1/2019 8:48:46 PM, Tiptop said:
Visit Date:
5/30/2019

Flat east portage can get buggy. Someone left a wheel barrel on this portage which came in handy coming and going through here.
On 1/15/2018 5:47:44 PM, Peder Engelstad said:
Visit Date:
7/22/2013

Did this one twice a year from 2013 to 2016. Nothing complicated about it. Just flat and a little longer than you expect. Can get buggy as it passes by some bogs.
On 3/2/2017 6:41:14 AM, JLT said:
Visit Date:
5/31/2015

about 400m and like walking down a road. Great portage for beginners.
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Beaverhouse Parking Lot
Beaverhouse Parking Lot by Ben Strege
8/1/2016
Beaverhouse Parking Lot
Beaverhouse Parking Lot by Ben Strege
8/1/2016
Portage
Portage by GeoFisher
6/2/2016
Very first portage ever
Very first portage ever by Peder Engelstad
7/22/2013
Heading into Beaverhouse in a low water year
Heading into Beaverhouse in a low water year by Peder Engelstad
8/10/2015