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TimMcCabe32Untitled Comment

TimMcCabe32

Voted 5/10

Had some great information but pictures are worth a thousand words. Once you get pics it will be a great page.
Posted May 28, 2002 1:04 pm

hgrapidUntitled Comment

hgrapid

Voted 5/10

I am glad somebody came in and updated this page. Perhaps some more photos, and a short description of the trail, (elevation gain, landmarks - so you don't get lost, etc.) This site still needs some padding.
Posted Apr 8, 2004 10:24 am

BobSmithUntitled Comment

BobSmith

Voted 10/10

The page needs more photographs. But good information here for this important regional peak.



Eagle looks, from the Topozone map, that it might have some cliffs. Does it?

Posted Aug 22, 2004 2:26 pm

IlafanUntitled Comment

Ilafan

Voted 8/10

You should mention the difficulties of MN's highpoint (bugs, terrain, possible animal encounters).
Posted Apr 3, 2005 5:40 pm

Arthur DigbeeDifficulties?

Arthur Digbee

Voted 10/10

I'm not sure what you mean. The mosquito is the state bird of Minnesota, that's true. There are wolves, moose, and black bear in the North Woods, but only the bears might give you trouble.

Terrain ???
Posted May 6, 2007 2:41 pm

IlafanRe: Difficulties?

Ilafan

Voted 8/10

Wow. Only bears might give you trouble. Not from the northwoods are you? Bull moose in mating season are animals to avoid!!! As for the terrain, I meant that good boots are a requirement, especially in the spring when snow and snowmelt can cause problems. Hope this clears up your difficulties understanding me.
Posted Mar 20, 2008 6:31 pm

Arthur DigbeeRe: Difficulties?

Arthur Digbee

Voted 10/10

Not from the north woods but spend a lot of time there. Good point on bull moose but I've always been able to avoid moose encounters. In some black bear situations, the bear is seeking you out.

Anyway, I agree fully about the "joys" of spring thaw.
Posted Mar 21, 2008 8:00 am

2skinnersUntitled Comment

2skinners

Voted 10/10

Nice page!!
Posted Jan 13, 2006 9:19 am

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