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Superb View From Top Of The Giant

Top of the Giant Hike in Northwest Ontario

The Top of the Giant hike in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park rewards those who make the 12 km one way trek with outstanding views over Lake Superior. Despite its considerable length, there is only 290 m (961 feet) of elevation gain and the first 8 km of the hike are dead flat so you can cover a lot of ground quickly. The day we did the Top of the Giant hike did not look promising.…

Hiking The Southern Headland Trail, Pukaskwa National Park

Southern Headland Trail Hike in Pukaskwa

A hike on the Southern Headland Trail is just what three of us and a dog needed after being cooped up in a car for seven hours. We'd driven from Espanola, west of Sudbury through Wawa to arrive in Pukaskwa National Park, a little known park that boasts dramatic Lake Superior scenery. We were in the park for another reason - to backpack the phenomenal, add it to your bucket-list, Coastal Trail. After completing the…

Beautiful Mist Rising Off Of Lake Superior

Backpacking in Pukaskwa – Coastal Trail on Day 5

Day five was our last day of backpacking in Pukaskwa on the Coastal Trail. For those of you who joined me at the beginning of the hike you might be wondering how we ever did it in five days considering the extremely slow and inauspicious start we had. Somehow we did - and this is how the last day unfolded. It was even colder than normal, only 2°C according to my thermometer, on the last…

This Is The Only Campsite Where We Saw Another Person

A Day From Hell on the Coastal Trail in Pukaskwa

I thought after guerrilla camping on the Coastal trail and backpacking in the dark that the worst would be behind us. But that wasn't to be the case. Our group of three and a dog were on day three of a five day backpacking trip in Pukaskwa National Park in northwestern Ontario. It turned out to be our day from hell. The plan for the day was to backpack from Fisherman's Cove to Morrison Harbour…

A Windy Morning On The Second Day Of The Michipicoten Island Circumnavigation

Kayaking Around Michipicoten Island in Lake Superior

One summer our party of five including our guide, Ginny, from Naturally Superior Adventures, completed a 70 kim kayaking trip around Michipicoten Island in Lake Superior. Mother Nature cooperated and supplied more sunshine than fog, little in the way of rain and enough wind to keep the majority of biting insects at bay - but not so much to keep us landlocked on shore. The Michipicoten Island circumnavigation was a great success - no boats…

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