PARK PICK

2017 Travel Guide to Canada - - Ontario -

Ex­plore 1,878 sq. km (725 sq. mi.) of north­ern forests and rugged Cana­dian Shield land­scapes on the shore of Lake Su­pe­rior, the world’s largest fresh­wa­ter lake by sur­face area. The prov­ince’s only wilder­ness na­tional park, Pukaskwa of­fers vis­i­tors su­perb out­door ex­pe­ri­ences and op­por­tu­ni­ties to con­nect with the rich his­tory of lo­cal First Na­tions peo­ple. You can learn about the Seven Grand­fa­ther Teach­ings of the Anishi­naabe on a guided hike, cre­ate an Ojib­way flo­ral beaded item or dream catcher, or en­joy a night of drum­ming around a Fire Cir­cle. On sum­mer nights, sun­sets bathe drift­wood-dot­ted beaches and tow­er­ing cliffs in shades of crim­son and gold. Set up your tent in a camp­ground or truly es­cape the world at a back­coun­try camp­site

PUKASKWA NA­TIONAL PARK

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