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Stub Lake

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How is the steep access road? doable right now?

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Are you talking about Stub Lake east of Ely by Fall Lake?

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ya that's the one. Just wondering if the road has been plowed.

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The road to the Fall Lake boat landing will be plowed (it is either a county or township road). That landing gets quite a bit of use from dog sledders. Beyond that there really isn't a road to Stub Lake, just a trail. I am not 100% sure but I don't think the trail gets much use this time of year.

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I talked to two people who snowshoed it after our last heavy snow and they said some people had been walking it. I'd say you'll still want snowshoes.

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