Frost River Devil's Kettle Day Pack
One of Minnesota’s greatest mysteries is that of the Devil’s Kettle. Located about 20 minutes northwest of Grand Marais, Minnesota up highway 61 is Judge C.R Magney State Park. Here, the gorgeous Brule River flows through winding terrain towards Lake Superior. As the magnificent river makes its way towards North America’s largest freshwater body of water, it makes an 800 foot descent in about 8 miles. This creates many outstanding waterfalls that cut through the rocky topography of the northland.
A few miles up the Brule, there is one waterfall that is a bit different from the others. The stream splits in two as it cascades 50 feet over a rocky ledge. On the east side, it flows smoothly over the rocks. The west side, however, is where the mystery lies. On this side, the rushing water funnels into a cavern that seems to lead to nowhere. It never fills up, and you cannot see an ending. Because of this interesting phenomenon, it was appropriately named the “Devil’s Kettle.”
Named after one of Minnesota’s greatest natural mysteries, this pack was built to mystify the mind in its capacity capabilities.
The devil is in the details when it comes this compact, waxed canvas pack. Each feature was designed with other existing Frost River packs in mind. Its ability to comfortably double its capacity with external additions makes it one of our more versatile and technical daypacks yet.
Whether you are looking for a new go-to pack for hiking the Devil’s Kettle yourself or trying out your bushcraft skills, this new pack is destined to be a favorite of many.
Dimensions: 12in W x 15in H x 6in D
WEIGHT (in ounces) 2.0 lbs
VOLUME Approx 1,116 c.i.
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