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Entry Point 23 - Mudro Lake

Mudro Lake 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 19 miles. Three accesses into Mudro Lake involve portages ranging from 20–185 rods.Easiest access is from private la nd with parking fee.

Number of Permits per Day: 5
Elevation: 1166 feet
Latitude: 48.0356
Longitude: -91.8301
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1BigPaddle
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07/21/2013 10:22PM
 
New Trip Report posted by 1BigPaddle

Trip Name: Boulder Lake and Wild Animals.

Entry Point: 4

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Ho Ho
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07/22/2013 09:11AM
 

Thanks for the report and great pictures! I like that area south of Crab because you hardly see anyone down there. I thought Boulder was a pretty lake, but it seemed like the campsite didn't have very good tent pads, what did you think?


Never heard of a garter snake biting anyone before . . .


1BigPaddle
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07/22/2013 02:12PM
 
I enjoyed the lake also. We also like the area south of crab because it gets so little use. Other than the Dnr guy we haven't seen anyone in two trips through. Our group had two tents and it was tight for them. They pretty much shared a tent spot. However, my son and I both used hammocks and we had no trouble finding a spot to sleep!
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