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Reviewed September 25, 2014

This place is fantastic! I booked a cabin based on a recommendation from my sister who described Tettegouche camp as "storybook" and "cute as can be." She was spot on! You have to hike into camp with all your belongings so definitely pack light. The trek in is tough with quite a few long, sloping hills. Once you complete the 1.7 mile jaunt, you will come to a clearing with adorable log cabins and a beautiful, scenic lake. I visited in late September and the leaves were gorgeous. The cabins have pretty much everything you will need for your stay: pots/pans, utensils, dishes, firewood, canoe & paddles, etc. I would recommend bringing paper towels, trash bags, and some kind of cloth as you will need to clean the cabin prior to your departure. The hiking is fabulous- definitely check out the Mt. Baldy loop and some of the overlooks (Lax Lake, Cedar Lake, etc.). For the price, this place is a must visit!

Date of stay: September 2014
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Jessica M
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Reviewed January 27, 2011

Three adults (40, 52, 67) and 2 boys who are 10 put on their snowshoes, packed their two sleds with food and sleeping gear and hiked the 1.7 miles to the cabins, up the long hill (about 300 feet elevation change) and then down the long hill to the Cabin C in 1 1/4 hours of hard work. We unpacked our stuff and built a wood fire in the stove and had warmth in about an hour. The 2-burner stove and a electric frypan and crockpot make cooking easy. The outdoor pump and shower building are conveniently located but the 7 mile round-trip hike to High Falls is what we came for and were not disappointed although the climb up the 'Drainpipe" was a bit more than we expected. The scenery on the up-and-down trails was exceptional (the portion on the Superior Hiking Trail in particular) and we will return. This is for people who love adventure.

Date of stay: January 2011
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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