Paddling the Boundary Waters and Voyageurs National Park

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Globe Pequot, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 203 pages
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Voyageurs National Park and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness together comprise some one and a quarter million acres of the wildest country in the United States. This nearly roadless region of lakes, bogs, and forests in northeastern Minnesota is a mecca for canoeists from around the world. Veteran paddler James Churchill guides readers to great paddling and camping destinations. Maps, detailed route descriptions, and a wealth of planning tips make this an indispensable guide for the modern voyageur.
Features include:
ˇAn overview of what to expect and how to prepare
ˇDetailed maps showing access points and routes
ˇInformation on each waterway's character, difficulty, and the best times to paddle
ˇLists of local paddling organizations and information resources
ˇTrips to thrill experienced paddlers and novices alike
ˇHistorical importance and wildlife
  

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Contents

How to Use This Guide
1
Introduction to the Boundary Waters
9
Echo Trail Region
18
Fernberg Road Region 14 Fall Lake to the Canadian Border and Return
61
Moose Lake to the Canadian Border and Return
64
Wood Lake to the Canadian Border and Return
67
Snowbank Lake Loop
70
North Kawishiwi River Loop
73
Gunflint Trail Region 28 Bower Trout Lake
108
Ram Lake
113
Morgan Lake
116
Meeds Lake
119
SkipperPortage Lakes
122
Missing Link Lake to Litde Saganaga Lake
125
Brant Lake to Kekekabic Lake
128
Seagull Lake to the South Arm of Knife Lake
131

Lake One to Bald Eagle Lake
76
Farm Lake Loop
79
State Highway 1Sawbill Trail and Caribou Trail Region 21 Little Gabbro Lake to Isabella Lake
84
Isabella Lake to Perent Lake and Comfort Lake
88
Kawishiwi Lake Loop
91
Sawbill Lake Loop
95
Baker Lake to Bower Trout Lake
98
Homer Lake
101
Brule Lake
104
Saganaga Lake Loop
134
Magnetic Lake to Saganaga Lake
137
South Lake to Hungry Jack Lake
140
Voyageurs National Park
167
Circling the Kabetogama Peninsula
174
Rainy Lake
182
Crane Lake and Sand Point Lake
191
Shoepack Lake
199
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The late James Churchill, author, naturalist, and woodsman, made his home in Florence, Wisconsin.

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