a link to get a map of the BWCA. http://www.fs.usda.gov/main/superior/maps-pubs#online%20maps the online map just shows major roads in the BWCA. The $10 map you can order is a must have for the BWCA. It shows entry / exit points, portages, camp sites. You may want to consider a trip in the superior national forest. The map also covers this area. Unlike the BWCA, no permit is required, and you can "disperse camp" which just means you can camp where ever you want, not just designated sites like the BWCA. If you're really serious about making a trip in this area, let me know & I can give you a lot more info. I will say it is the most beautiful & secluded area I've ever paddled.
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