June 20, 2007
Woolly Mammoth Channel
At least that's what we've always called this stretch of rocks as we leave Jordan Lake and make our way up to Ima Lake. It's the most unique stretch of any part of the BWCA that I've personally seen. There is a long channel and one side of the channel is made up of rock that looks as it's been painted in some sort of prehistoric bachelor bedroom cave. It's really a site to see. Some of the rock walls have collapsed over the years, but they all have this similar look to them. If you look closely, there are diagonal lines grooved into the rock. We've always assumed when the glaciers of the ice age was here, it made the cuts in the rock. I'm not sure how else they would have gotten the look that they have, but I've never been able to confirm this. It's always been our story as we pass through this channel.
Posted by Steve Cuddihy at 12:43 AM
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The lines and the colors are really interesting. I try to imagine the history and visualize the glaciers too.
Wish I was there.
Nice Pic! You may wish to submit it in the BWCA photo contest:
thank you, I will add a photo into the contest by weeks end.
You might like to visit the pictographs/petroglyphs some time too:
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