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Entry Point 50 - Cross Bay Lake

Cross Bay Lake entry point allows overnight paddle only. This entry point is supported by Gunflint Ranger Station near the city of Grand Marais, MN. The distance from ranger station to entry point is 45 miles. Access is thru the Cross River with two portages to Ham Lake and a 24-rod portage to Cross Bay Lake. This area was affected by blowdown in 1999.

Number of Permits per Day: 3
Elevation: 1670 feet
Latitude: 48.0760
Longitude: -90.8222
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Kiporby
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01/18/2013 03:26PM
 
New Trip Report posted by Kiporby

Trip Name: A Paddling Partner for Life, Part 4. Cross Bay to Poplar. .

Entry Point: 50

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There is a light and it never goes out. Morrissey
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ducks
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01/18/2013 04:53PM
 
Once again nice work Kip! Cross Bay to Poplar is on my "want" list for my possible first solo this summer.

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boonie
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01/18/2013 09:16PM
 
Nice report. I just did the same trip except I went from Omega through Henson & Allen to Horseshoe. I took my time and laid over, explored a little, and just soaked in the beautiful weather and fall foliage.
Kiporby
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02/02/2013 07:32AM
 
Thanks guys. If I have the chance to do this route again, I would slow down a bit. Could have spent more time on Winchell and climbed the cliffs on the south end. Probably visit Vista Lake. Not sure I would camp on Gaskin again given the nicer sites on Winchell and Horsehose. Really cool area.

There is a light and it never goes out. Morrissey
timatkn
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02/02/2013 08:08AM
 
I love your stories about your Daughter. I always read them and take mental notes for myself and my 2 boys. Thanks!


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