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Too late, already admired and reminisced with your escarpment photos . Still want to return and rent the Big Carp 8 cabin some day.LarryL wrote:I am in violation too. Porcupine Mountains is not a NP. Just ignore my posts.
I remember one trip with my Dad. It was the second hardest hike I have ever had. The Lake Superior Trail has no major elevation change,
But we hiked the shoreline trail after a major week of torrential rain. I am not exaggerating when I say every step was mud above the ankle.
Pure mud sucking draining tromping. But the scenery was nice.
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I've got the bug for Wabakimi too. I don't think my paddling skills will safely allow it though.head2north wrote:I may be committing a topic taboo here, but would like to get to Canada's Woodland Caribou and Wabakimi. For my defense,
it was never stated that it had to be a U.S. park!
I covered most of the parks farther north. I have been living in the Seattle Metro area for the last 4 years so have numerous trips under my belt to Rainier, Olympics, and North Cascades.
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How long ago did you leave Alaska? Is there ever a "good" time of the year to travel the Dalton Highway? Maybe all the way to Deadhorse in a simple 4x4 pickup? I'm not thinking of flying into Gates of the Arctic but just going by.