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Quetico Portage 5237 (Chatterton to Keats)

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Approximate Length:
403m (80 rods)


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On 9/23/2016 2:47:37 PM, tbm said:
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A moderately difficult portage. Keats side has a nasty approach into portage that will involve some rock jumping to get onto shore. Also some large boulders to balance upon as you start the portage from Keats side. North side take out is on a sloped slab of rock that can sometimes get slippery.
On 7/24/2014 8:34:14 PM, baldeagle said:
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Up & down portage from either end. Moderate. Enter/exit south end carefully to avoid current over the falls. Big eddy on north end with strong current at put-in south toward falls.
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