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BWCA Portage 706 (Ojibway to Triangle)

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Approximate Length:
41m (8 rods)


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On 2/24/2019 5:10:13 PM, Riley Smith said:
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Yay Roller portage! Nice and easy for canoeists.
On 8/29/2018 12:38:37 PM, BobberRob said:
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Very short roller portage. The only thing of note is that the Ojibway side of this portage is VERY muddy. Do NOT step into the water. Get out of the canoe onto the dock. If you step in the water you will sink up to your knee in smelly, smelly mud. 1/5
On 8/14/2016 10:08:53 AM, debsimpson said:
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As the other person said. Very short but very COOL! I was told it was built in the late 1800's. You just push your canoe up on the rollers and roll it over. Don't even bother to unload your pack.
On 6/3/2014 7:06:54 AM, Bradford said:
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This very short portage has a roller mechanism that takes your boat/canoe across to the next lake. You load your canoe onto a raised rail with rollers, pull it across and lower it down on the other side.
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roller portage
roller portage by patphillips
20160807_174043[1].jpg by debsimpson