Explore Lake Superior’s mystical floating isle of Michipicoten and Pukaskwa Park by sea kayak.
Pukaskwa Wilderness Coast
This quintessential Canadian paddling route traces 190 km of road-less wilderness coastline through Pukaskwa National Park and the Superior Highlands Conservation Reserve, finishing at our base at Michipicoten Bay.
It’s a wild, remote and beautiful coastline of spectacular geology, bright sand and cobble beaches, awesome waterfalls, abandoned logging camps, isolated lighthouses and sacred Native sites. The transition from crystal clear sweet water to stalwart cliffs, boreal and transitional forests is magical.
This trip is for paddlers who are physically fit with previous paddling and wilderness camping experience. Paddlers can do their own meals on trip or optionally have our guide plan and prepare meals for you.
Spirit of Lake Superior
This trip from Sinclair Cove northwards to Michipicoten features the best of Lake Superior Provincial Park. We'll sample spectacular wilderness beaches and visit significant Ojibwa sites, including the Agawa pictographs, Devil's Warehouse Island, Nanabush Rock and Pukaskwa pits . We'll also be awed by the cliffs at Old Woman Bay and the park's highest waterfall.
This trip is best suited to advanced novice to intermediate paddlers with some wilderness camping experience and begins at our “Rock Island” site on Lake Superior with a group paddling training session. It is all-inclusive and we offer discounts for people who prefer to purchase and prepare their own meals and/or bring their own properly outfitted sea kayak.