Quetico Portage 5466 (Bottle to Lac La Croix)

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Approximate Length:
432m (86 rods)


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On 1/3/2021 6:20:11 PM, curiosiT said:
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The previous descriptions are right: there are two trails you can take. When my group was there the trail on the left was boggy and muddy, so we opted for the one on the right. It was a bit steeper and the terrain was a little trickier but all in all, it was a relatively standard portage, not too bad, not too great.
On 2/24/2016 1:15:20 PM, gymcoachdon said:
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Previous description is correct, there is a "high road" that eliminates a lot of the muck on this trail, at the expense of a pretty good climb and steep descent! If you have been experiencing wet portage trails, I say stick to the high route. It is the more southerly trail, on your left coming from Bottle Lake. The trails then join for the last 20 rods or so into LLC.
On 6/23/2014 8:03:00 AM, Bradford said:
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This portage has a high road and a load road. In the spring or any other "wet" time take the high road. The low is very wet, muddy and full of potential trip ups.
On 3/15/2014 12:30:18 AM, fishguts said:
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Muddy, slog, get used to it.
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Bottle portage, western end
Bottle portage, western end by Bradford