Bebamikawe “Making Footprints”
Embark on an interpretive hike through the Bebamikawe Memorial Trail leading to stunning views along the Niagara Escarpment.
$50.00/person on the Wikwemikong Tourism website!
Cost: $50.00 Adults/ $45.00 Elders & Students
Embark on an interpretive hike through the Bebamikawe Memorial Trail leading to stunning views along the Niagara Escarpment. Manitoulin is known as being one of the most plant diverse areas in North America and we have designed our hiking trail to flow through this diverse ecological habitat. While taking part on this tour, you will experience:
- First Class Trail system with scenic hiking routes, complete with educational signage;
- Replicas of lodges and hunting shelters depicting how our woodland ancestors used to live;
- How Anishnaabek people harvest plants for edibility and medicinal purposes
Our knowledgeable guide will connect you with nature by showing you the uses and science behind the teachings. Walk away with a new way of thinking, understanding and appreciation of our culture; experience our territory through the lens of our ancestors.
(Cancellations will be made in the event of inclement weather).
* Unless otherwise noted, listed prices do not include applicable taxes
About Wikwemikong Tourism
Wikwemikong Tourism offers tours hosted by the Anishnaabek people who carefully plan itineraries that reflect the lifestyles of the Three Fires Confederacy; an alliance of the Ojibwe, Odawa & Pottawatomi.
As Manitoulin’s largest First Nation community and Canada’s only officially recognized Unceded Indian Reserve, Wikwemikong is rich in culture and…