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Quetico Portage 5379

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Approximate Length:
331m (66 rods)


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On 7/6/2024 6:50:07 AM, dmwj67a said:
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Landing on the north side is a little challenging due to the rocks but can support loading and unloading 2 canoes. Landing on the south side is nice. This is a nice walk through the woods with an option to side track to see the falls. Follow the trail and always turn away from the sound of the falls when there is a split in the path.
On 7/14/2023 10:45:07 PM, bioteachk said:
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Another challenging, longer portage in the falls chain. The current going into Sag from here is powerful so be cautious and paddle hard if moving upstream.
On 8/23/2019 11:40:03 PM, eagle98mn said:
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Travelling upstream, this one again had elevation gain, large rocks, etc. But it was the last falls portage so we were motivated!
On 6/24/2017 1:24:20 PM, Prorecreator said:
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Every portage along this section of the Maligne river deserves respect and caution. Nothing really too bad about this one, but during high water it's best to stay on the path and combine two shorter carries shown on some maps.
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