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Vera to North Arm Knife Lake

We continue our way North East from Vera portaging our way into Knife Lake. With crystal clear waters and a fresh breeze blowing in our face we work our way to the North Arm of Knife Lake where we camp for the night.

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Johnson Falls

The eastern edge of the Boundary Waters is an amazing area.  With high cliffs and deep lakes this rugged terrain offers up some amazing scenery.  Camped on the western end of Pine lake we wake up to a beautiful blue sky day with a stiff breeze.  We had heard of a waterfall located at the […]

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Trail Maitenance

Trail Maitenance

Working our way across the 300 rod portage heading north out of Gun Lake we came across a group of people working for the Minnesota Conservation Corps.  They were a trail maintenance crew out rebuilding the portage.  If you are looking for a great summer gig check them out at www.conservationcorps.org.

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Trail Maitenance

Working our way across the 300 rod portage heading north out of Gun Lake we came across a group of people working for the Minnesota Conservation Corps.  They were a trail maintenance crew out rebuilding the portage.  If you are looking for a great summer gig check them out at www.conservationcorps.org.

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Angleworm hiking Trail

Angleworm hiking Trail

Late fall we load up our backpacks and head out to the Echo Trail.  Our first hiking trip on BWCACAST brings us to the Angleworm Hiking Trail.  This 14 mile loop around Angleworm lake takes you along a high ridge overlooking the lake.  This provides some amazing views and reflections across the water.

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Angleworm hiking Trail – The Show

Angleworm hiking Trail – The Show

Late fall we load up our backpacks and head out to the Echo Trail.  Our first hiking trip on BWCACAST brings us to the Angleworm Hiking Trail.  This 14 mile loop around Angleworm lake takes you along a high ridge overlooking the lake.  This provides some amazing views and reflections across the water.

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