Soroll Lake

Making Connections


  • Fisher F-8, Vermilion, Trout Lake, Vermilion River, Bootleg Lake; F-9, Cummings, Big Moose, Fourtown Lakes
  • McKenzie No. 16, Burntside Lake


  • DNR Lake No. 690xxx
  • Lake Map No. N/A
  • Lake Table No. 1
  • MDH Fish Consumption Advisory - N/A
  • MPCA Water Quality - N/A
Soroll Lake
Scale 1:21420
Full image approximately 2 miles square


Soroll is a small lake in the Glenmore Creek drainage of the Vermilion basin, 26¾ miles SSE of Crane Lake and 15¼ miles WNW of Ely. Less than ½ mile long and under ¼ mile wide, Soroll sits just to the south of Glenmore Lake. Soroll has no apparent surface water inlet or outlet. It has no maintained portage access.

The Independence Day windstorms of 1999 did not significantly affect the Soroll/Glenmore area, the nearest appreciable damage being farther to the north, beyond Western.


Soroll is not on any maintained canoe routes and supports no established campsites.

Planning Considerations

Soroll is on the way to nowhere, and unlikely to be a destination in its own right, unless you're camped at Glenmore and looking for an afternoon hike. The distance is reasonably short, and Soroll sits but 7' above the shores of Glenmore. Glenmore is a link in the route from Buck southeast to Crab, passing through Western, Glenmore, Schlamn, Lunetta, and Little Crab.


Notes and Comments

If you do get in to Soroll send us a photo. We'll publish it here. (It's the only way most BWCA paddlers will get to see this lake.)


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Last updated on 11 April, 2004