Put in on a little dock on the East side of Kager lake and paddle to the South end to a small bay with a wooden bridge. Cross the creek (NOT the wooden bridge) and stay right (SE - 5 min by portage) on the trail till you hit Long Lk. . Paddle E to the beaver dam, (Map shows this as "land" across Long Lake), up and over and it's not to far to the other end.
This is a 2 hr leisurely round trip for paddling. The distance is
a tough one to determine. If I paddle straight line (no dawdling), it takes about 30-40 minutes. So I would guess that total distance is about 3 km.
Wildlife - beavers, birds, moose, bears, and fish.
There are also great hiking trails all around both lakes that are all accessible by foot from Boer Mtn Road.
Off of the highway in Burns Lake turn East, on 5th Ave. 5th Ave goes up the hill, then does a large 180 degree turn to the left, and turns into 9th Ave heading W down the hill. Gowan Rd turnoff is near the top of the hill. Turn right on Gowan Rd, then left (E) on Boer Mtn Forest Service Rd, and go about 3 km to Kager Lk on the right. Just past the lake is a road on the East side, there's a dock about a 100 ft in.
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