One of my favorite destinations is Quetico Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. Often called the Canoe Country Wilderness, this pictures shows why. The park highlights hundreds of miles of canoe trails through pristine Canadian wilderness. The lakes are spectacular and it seems like each one is more sensational than the previous one. The lakes are not only beautiful, but they are incredibly pure. It is possible to drink straight from the lake without purification and the taste of the fish from the crystalline waters is out of this world.
I would love to give readers a hint to where this lake is, but I am not exactly sure. I know it is just south of Agnes Lake, but unsure the exact name of this lake. It does not matter though as if this picture inspires you then get to Quetico and you will not have to travel far to find similar beauty.
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Looks stunning. I have 2 weeks planned this summer in BC’s remote interior exploring by canoe, kayak and on foot.
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Looks so calm.. think I could walk on water?;)
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