Lakes On Map:
- Snowbank Lake
- Lake One
- Isabella Lake
- Bald Eagle Lake
- Moose Lake
- Lake Insula
Rivers On Map:
- South Kawishiwi River
- BWCAW canoe entry points 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 and 67
- BWCAW hiking entry point 86
Map 7 covers portions of the BWCAW at the end of the Fernberg Road (County Road 18), as well as areas accessed by Highway 1, County Road 23, and the Tomahawk Road (Forest Service Road 377).
Fourteen different water entry points are shown on Map 7, including such popular entries as Moose Lake (EP 25), Snowbank Lake (EP 27), and Lake One (EP 30).
The Lake One entry is the second most popular entry in the BWCAW, after only Moose Lake. If you enter through Lake One during the summer months expect to see numerous other visitors. You'll find fewer other campers as you head further east toward Lake Insula, but even this area is still relatively popular. The portages are relativly short and campsites are plentiful.
The South Kawishiwi River area is very beautiful, but also fairly well traveled. The best opportunities for isolation will be found by heading to smaller lakes that are not on main travel corridors.
Waterproof paper, comes folded
Size:39" x 26.5"
Scale: 1:42,240 (1.5 inch = 1 mile)
The back of all Voyageur maps contains a large, detailed finder map including a thorough index of Boundary Waters lakes. In addition, information about navigation in the Boundary Waters, safety, rules & regulations, basic entry point information, hiking opportunities, winter activities, fishing, and sources for further information is provided.
The overview map is a great asset for trip planning, but has been simplified to an extent that it is not suitable for navigation. In addition, campsite locations are not as carefully reviewed as those shown on the detailed fronts of each Voyageur map.
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Great map, good resolution and detail. Provides a lot of great info.