- Portage Southeast, 80 rods, to Ram
- Portage Southwest, 55 rods, to Rum
F-13, No. Gunflint Trail, Gunflint, Bearskin Lakes
3, Ballclub Lake
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Kroft is a very small, rather shallow
lake near the eastern boundary of the BWCAW in the South Brule River watershed,
its 22 acres reaching a maximum depth of but 12'. It sits perched
at the eastern end of the Misquah
Hills, which rise some 100' on all sides, and almost 200' above Fiddle
Creek which drains the area.
An 80 rod portage drops 6' out of Kroft's southeastern end down to Ram
and Forest Road 152 beyond. A 55 rod carry out of the southwest
end leads Rum, and beyond to Little Trout
and Misquah on the route north to Vista.
Kroft is a very small lake and supports
no established campsites.
Kroft Lake is one of several lakes on
the Ram/Vista route over
the Misquah Hills.
Notes and Comments
Last updated on
11 April, 2004