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Introduction and History
Part 2: Climbing the Innu PortageThe first six kilometres is shown by the blue dots on map below. With a light pack, it can be hiked in one day. You can camp for the night near where it enters the First-Lake-In and return the next day.
To the left below is the beginning of Innu Portage on the edge of the Naskaupi River. Within a few hundred metres you come to the beginning of the 400-metre climb (picture to the right) over which countless moccassined feet had passed for hundreds and possibly thousands of years. (Go to Page 30)