Even in the moodiest weather, there’s no place like the backcountry.
This month’s FREE digital download was snapped at Obabika River Provincial Park.
Today’s post comes from Natural Heritage Education and Marketing Specialist Dave Sproule.
It’s a rugged, time-worn landscape. A fractured piece of the Canadian Shield, with fault lines criss-crossing the roots of ancient mountains for hundreds of kilometres. More than 2,500 lakes fill those fault lines, and at over 600,000 hectares, it’s almost as large as Algonquin Provincial Park.
Is it any wonder so many paddlers lose their hearts to Temagami?
How do you get through the winter months?
We spend our days dreaming of pristine lakes and paddling adventures. Throughout 2018, we’re sharing a free downloadable graphic. This month features a dreamy shot of backcountry paddling at Obabika River Provincial Park.
We’ve specially sized these images for your computers, tablets, smartphones and Facebook covers.
We’re delighted to announce that eight of our backcountry (interior) parks now offer campers the freedom to purchase their permits online.
Here’s what you need to know about the new system: