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Entry Point 29 - North Kawishiwi River

North Kawishiwi River entry point allows overnight paddle only. This entry point is supported by Kawishiwi Ranger Station near the city of Ely, MN. The distance from ranger station to entry point is 15 miles. Access the North Kawishiwi River through Ojibway Lake and Triangle Lake using two portages.

Number of Permits per Day: 1
Elevation: 1249 feet
Latitude: 47.9543
Longitude: -91.5641
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paddlefamily
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05/31/2011 11:17AM
 
New Trip Report posted by paddlefamily

Trip Name: Lake One; Getting off the beaten path..

Entry Point: 30

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wawasee
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05/31/2011 12:09PM
 
Sounds like a nice get away!
ripple
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05/31/2011 01:21PM
 
Great trip report!! An all girls trip had to be a blast the newbies are probably so into the BWCA now!

Ripple in still water....
paddlefamily
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05/31/2011 05:02PM
 
Yes, I love introducing friends to the BW and seeing it anew through their eyes.
Mongo65
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06/05/2011 09:24PM
 
Great trip report and photos. Sounds like a good time was had by all and hopefully you have created some new BW trippers.

Sit back, relax, have a home brew.
Zulu
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06/06/2011 07:16AM
 
Great Trip Report and photos! Thanks for sharing. I really like the photo of the pot on the firegrate and the crew under the tarp in the background.


I am glad you had a great trip.
AndySG
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06/11/2011 12:09PM
 
Paddlefamily, you and the all woman crew Rock!! What a great trip report. Your descriptive prose and photos transported me to the BW. Thanks.
TuscaroraBorealis
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10/05/2011 09:04PM
 
Pam,


With the fire having drastically altered the landscape in this area, thought I'd give your report another look see?


Enjoyed many of your insights. Your comment, "Somehow the weather is never really a bother when your in a place you love." really hit home with me.


Well done & thanks for taking the time to share your story & photos.
Frenchy
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10/09/2011 07:41PM
 
Thanks for the nice report. I really liked your meal choices!
fitgers1
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11/03/2011 12:26AM
 
Thanks for that great report. Does, did the Pow Wow follow along some lake shores? You stated you fished from a backpacking site.
Always nice to read about newbies making their first trips. I hope they make it back many times and become part of the club.

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” Ralph Waldo Emerson...and...“Peace is that brief glorious moment in history when everybody stands around reloading".
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