Episode 65 WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast
Lake Saganaga at the end of the Gunflint Trail is an easy place to get lost.
Sag, as the lake is often called, is both the deepest and largest lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. It’s 280 ft. deep in certain pockets, and is spread across nearly 19,000 acres.
And while Sag might be challenging to navigate for even the most experienced paddlers, sometimes getting turned around can lead to magical experiences.
Nicole Erickson and Michael Kelly know all about this, as we learn in today’s episode.
Also in this episode, podcast hosts Joe Friedrichs and Matthew Baxley trek to the BWCA to drill a hole in the ice on the same weekend overnight travel permits are required to start the 2022 ‘paddling season.’
Boundary Waters Podcast is supported in part by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.