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BWCA Portage 932

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Approximate Length:
931m (185 rods)


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On 3/15/2023 7:51:24 PM, Riley Smith said:
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As others have mentioned, this is a series of smaller portages, some of them on the east side of the river, and all are reasonably well-travelled (enough to spot them and take them.) Nothing too series here. Very nice scenery.
On 9/6/2020 9:20:57 PM, sns said:
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So this was really three shorter portages and some short paddles - perhaps there is a single long portage but I doubt it due to the topography. Total carry distance perhaps 400 or 500m, but that's a guess. North of the portage it's really meandering with a couple beaver pullovers before entering Sunday Lake. The last 20m could literally be a drag in low water...
On 6/3/2020 1:11:44 PM, Shoot!TheRapids said:
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Traveling north, the real portage trail can be found on the left side in the small bay two bays prior to the rapids. The bay just before the rapids has an improvised portage that traverses just the first set of rapids. Some narrow points, but not too bad. There are some more rocks north of the end of the portage that will require lining the canoe.
On 7/10/2019 10:32:40 AM, kmjsuperfly said:
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Trail was overgrown but findable. We cleared some downed trees and brush so as of 7/5/19 this is passable. There a few smaller portages and beaver dams between here and Sunday lake. Entrance into Sunday Lake was shallow and had to do the canoe mud shuffle to get through.
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