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Wilderness Tripping - BWCA & Beyond New Topic Printer Friendly Version

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  Posted by: glendorado on May-29-13 2:51 PM (EST)
 

you're looking at the BWCA, you'll need a permit, and can only camp in designated sites. Alternative is the Superior National Forest below the BWCA. No permits, can camp anywhere not just in designated sites. Great fishing & solitude.Order a map for $10-covers both areas. The online map is not good.
I make several trips per year there, so if you want more intel, email me.

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  Good strategy. Went to Killarney
  Posted by: ezwater on Jun-02-13 10:23 PM (EST)
and stayed mostly on the west side at Widgawa Lodge, doing day trips into the west side of Killarney, which is less frequented. Although the lakes west of the park have some powerboat traffic, we hardly saw any.
 

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