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Select the Kekekabic Chapter in the NCTA membership registration form.
309 Cedar Ave. South
Minneapolis, MN 55454
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What are the best
maps for a hiking trip in the BWCA?
The KTC has recommended
McKenzie Maps because they
tend to show the most accurate trail locations. Make sure your map
is current (check the copyright date.) You'll see the detailed GPS
traces made by the USFS/KTC partnership on the Kek, Pow Wow and Snowbank
National Forest trail listing
trails in Canoe Country
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Kekekabic Trail Club (KTC) is dedicated to preserving and maintaining
backpacking trails of
the Superior National Forest and Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Reopening of the Kekekabic Trail!
You are invited to these two celebrations:
When: Friday, Sept. 18 and Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015
Where: Superior National Forest - Kawishiwi Ranger Station, Ely MN (1393 Highway 169)
What: Join the Kekekabic Trail Chapter of the North Country Trail Association for a fun, FREE evening program and/or dayhike to celebrate 25 years of volunteer stewardship of this amazing Wilderness hiking trail!
(download event flyer [pdf])
When: Tuesday, October 20th beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Where: in the Expedition Stage at Midwest Mountaineering in downtown Minneapolis
What: Join the Kekekabic Trail Chapter of the North Country Trail Association for a fun, FREE gathering to celebrate 25 years of hiking on the Kek and of a quarter century of volunteer stewardship of this Wilderness hiking trail!
(download event flyer [pdf])
Kekekabic Trail Guide—NOW AVAILABLE!
Trail Guide distributors include Midwest Mountaineering and Piragis Outfitters, and Stone Harbor Wilderness Supply. Contact them directly to purchase a trail guide in person or order over the phone.
See the North Country Trail Association map of the Kekekabic Trail. Note: data used to make this map is not up-to-date so use the map for reference purposes only.
Sulfide Mining Documentary
The Friends of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness have posted a 25-minute documentary regarding sulfide mining, online at www.preciouswaters.org. The website also lists connections for taking action.
may be made to our email address:
to an incredibly high volume of spam email, please use "KEK"
as the subject line of your email inquiries. If you don't receive
a timely response, contact us via our mailing address (see below).
can read the club's e-mail discussion group online! If you have
questions about the trails or trips, are looking for camping hints, or
whatever -- you're welcome to post to the mailing list as well. We also
send news releases from the US Forest Service periodically. Just
link here: Topica Kek-List
or join below:
Our E-Mail Discussion Group
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