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Monday, January 12, 2009

Kubik to Speak About the Condition of the Kek

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The Kekakabic Trail (which is a segment of the NCT) will be discussed in a presentation at Midwest Mountaineering, Minneapolis, Minnesota next month:

Thursday, February 26, 7:00pm - When two hikers from Duluth got lost on the Kekekabic Trail, Martin Kubik decided to investigate. The Kek runs through the heart of the BWCA; both the July 4th, 1999 blowdown and the Ham and Cavity Lake
fires impacted it. Would he able to navigate the forbidding, deep forest trail? What was it like? Come and hear Martin's fascinating story, photographs from the trail and learn how to safely venture 42-mile long wilderness trail.

The program will be in the Expedition Room, Midwest Mountaineering, 309 Cedar Ave South, Minneapolis, MN 55454, Telephone: 612–339–3433

See Boundary Waters Advisory Committee

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