Hattie Cove to Horseshoe Bay

Marathon, Ontario

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Pukaskwa National Park has some of the most striking wilderness shoreline on Lake Superior, but this roadless park can be difficult to see for those who have days and not weeks to spend. This short and mostly sheltered day trip is a good introduction to the scenery of Pukaskwa Park. The sheltered recesses of Pulpwood Harbor have the classic north shore look: gray granite bluffs streaked with lichen and other hardy vegetation. Horseshoe Bay is reminiscent of beaches of the south shore of Lake Superior.

Hattie Cove to Horseshoe Bay Professional Review and Guide

"Pukaskwa National Park has some of the most striking wilderness shoreline on Lake Superior, but this roadless park can be difficult to see for those who have days and not weeks to spend.

This short and mostly sheltered day trip is a good introduction to the scenery of Pukaskwa Park. The sheltered recesses of Pulpwood Harbor have the classic north shore look: gray granite bluffs streaked with lichen and other hardy vegetation. Horseshoe Bay is reminiscent of beaches of the south shore of Lake Superior."

Activity Type: Sea Kayaking
Nearby City: Marathon
Distance: 4.5
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: Part day
Season: Spring to fall, weather permitting
Local Maps: Canadian topographic map: Marathon
Driving Directions: Directions to Hattie Cove to Horseshoe Bay

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May 2018