The portage to Isaac Lake was much easier than the portages from day 1. The trail was a lot flatter, and there was considerably less obstacles on the trail. I found myself enjoying the woods much more on this portage, and it didn't feel like it took very long. The 1.6 km portage ended at the start of Isaac Lake, which is the largest lake on the circuit. It has two arms that make almost a 90 degree angle with the west arm being 6.8 m long, and the main one being 31.2 km long.
|The beginning of Isaac Lake|
We ate lunch before starting on the lake, which we knew we would be on for several days. I had been expecting it to be incredibly windy, but it was very calm. This made for some interesting reflections along the shore of the lake that almost looked like rock walls.
I went to bed pretty early again, looking forward to going down the main arm of Isaac Lake.
|Coming into the campsite|