BWCA Portage 681

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Approximate Length:
950m (189 rods)


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On 2/4/2020 6:15:23 PM, Chadd said:
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The portage is longer than it seems. When coming out it seems like it is a gradual up hill the whole way. The last leg is straight and partially gravel. Tough but no hill for a climber :)
On 4/13/2019 10:51:23 AM, joppster said:
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Long portage in poor condition. Knee deep in muck and water at some points, and rocky and steep in others. Downhill on the way in is nice, but all the more difficult to pack out. Once you reach the snake river, there are a few more short portages over rocks and rapids. It is a long paddle before reaching open water.
On 1/5/2015 11:29:45 PM, bwbrian said:
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This is a relatively long portage, but is flat and level along an old road grade for most of its length. After crossing the creek on a nice bridge, the path goes through a nice clearing that was once a logging camp and descends to the entry.
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Snake River entry
Snake River entry by bwbrian