Our#: AM094X, ISBN: 0-929140-94-X, Scale: 1:30,000. Waterproof.
The eastern Lake Superior coast offers a wonderfully rugged wilderness paddling AND backpacking adventure in Pukaskwa National Park. Our Pukaskwa Coast map shows them both in detail!
In addition to extraordinary geographic details, we include both hiking and paddling campsites, historical points of interest and a trail profile, PLUS there is the usual extensive text and photographs covering such topics as natural and human history, a detailed route description, safety tips, rules and regs, contact information and much more.
This comprehensive guide to the coast is all you'll need to tackle a truly extraordinary paddling or backpacking challenge. Indeed, some people do both in the same trip by hiking one way and paddling the other! As is often the case our guide has been eagerly anticipated, including by the National Park itself.
Of course, this one is on waterproof plastic, so paddlers and hikers can get it as wet as they like without it disintegrating! It can even double as a useful rain hat.
Two other great inland sea areas for sea kayaking are Philip Edward Island on the north shore of Georgian Bay and Franklin, Mink & McCoy Islands further south on the east coast of the Bay. But many inland areas have large lakes that are also ideal for sea kayaking so visit the Sea Kayaking collection in the Map Catalog menu pulldown.