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hike gunflint honeymoon bluff

 

Honeymoon Bluff

gunflint mile 29.5

 

Length: 1.5 mile total
Difficulty: moderate [steep]
 
Beautiful sunsets, big views, wooden stairs and a rocky overlook make this a great hike. At 1.5 miles round-trip, it is the longest of the short hikes and very worth it. Take the spur trail in and then start to climb those stairs. Your reward, amazing views of Hungry Jack and Bearskin Lakes, and out into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. If you go for the sunsets, bring a headlamp, flashlight, phone light for the return trip. Talk about bang for your buck! The Trailhead is about a quarter mile past Flour Lake Campground Rd.

 

		

 

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