Pukaskwa National Park of Canada

Activities

Experiences to discover :

Hike on the edge of wilderness

Hike on the edge of wilderness
Hike on the edge of wilderness
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Discover a day hiking heaven in Pukaskwa National Park. Wander along the shores of Lake Superior, see the rugged landscape of the Canadian Shield and chance upon remarkable plants and animals. On paths ranging from 1.5 to 2.5 km, learn aboriginal lore or get a sense of the true wilderness character of this enchanted place called Pukaskwa.

What's New: Pukaskwa’s Coastal Hiking Trail re-opens. Bridges built to last for generations.

Tour an Anishinaabe camp

Tour an Anishinaabe camp
Tour an Anishinaabe camp
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In the heart of Pukaskwa National Park, experience Anishinaabe culture and values by visiting an authentic encampment featuring a wigwam, teepee, cook tent, and meeting area. A First Nations interpreter will be on hand during peak season to demonstrate and explain aspects of Ojibway culture. See how Anishinaabe culture is still a vital, spiritual and social part of life.

Other activities in Pukaskwa National Park

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