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05/31/2022 12:44PM  
New Trip Report posted by MN_Lindsey

Trip Name: Snowbank Trail.

Entry Point: 28

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distinguished member(5723)distinguished memberdistinguished memberdistinguished memberdistinguished memberpower member
06/01/2022 11:19PM  
Thanks for taking the time to put this together, the effort is not unnoticed or unappreciated. Your narrative and videos really helped bring me along on the trip and showcased how beautiful that area is. It was inspiring how you encouraged each other as you encountered the various 'obstacles'.

Looking forward to reading about your future adventures. Love the BRT but, I must admit I've only done day hikes in various sections. Best wishes for a safe and successful hike.

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06/01/2022 11:44PM  
Very nice write up! I liked the pic of coffee cup face. Most unfortunate about the one campsite, great attitude though! : )
member (13)member
06/02/2022 02:46PM  
Nice write up! I enjoyed the read. Great views!
distinguished member (132)distinguished memberdistinguished memberdistinguished member
06/03/2022 03:41PM  

Fun reading through your trip report, though I haven't checked the videos yet. Yeah some of the BWCA trails can be challenging. You should also do the Angleworm and when you have your pack lightened a bunch to the Sioux Hustler trail. Lastly, I think the Pow Wow trail is open all the way around but you should double check that before you go.

I suppose the high water level they are reporting might be problem on both trails though - lot's more sloshing around in a couple low areas and lot's more care crossing the beaver dams.
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06/07/2022 07:54AM  
Very enjoyable to read a hiking trip report. Someday we hope to try some hiking in the BWCA.
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