Mountain Life founder Glen Harris is getting back behind the camera where it all began. In celebration of Canada’s 150th he and his clan just left on a on three-month Eastern Canada National Parks tour.
This week they explored Pukaskwa National Park located on Lake Superior. Keep a lookout for our photo essay series in the coming months. For daily updates you can follow Glen on Insta @glenedwardharris
Pukaskwa National Park
Waking up to the pitter patter of rain after arriving the night prior was a little discouraging. Until I realized it was the black flies banging against our tent fly, then it got a little more discouraging.
After rolling over over and falling back to sleep like it was a bad dream, I woke and ventured out. Luckily they were not that ferocious and after a while you kind of forget about the swarms. Layers of bug dope later we made our way off the site and into the Park. Known for its multi-day hikes and beautiful and remote shoreline, Pukaskwa is a wilderness park located on the northeastern shore of Superior.
It’s a relaxed atmosphere at Pukaskwa and we met the pace happily. The next five days had us hiking, paddling, reading, exploring the wealth of trails and beaches, and experiencing a cultural awakening with the Ojibway.
Keep a lookout for our photo essay series in the coming months. For daily updates you can follow Glen on Insta @glenedwardharris