The Guide


The Inukshuk’s have begun a great migration south from their original habitat in the Arctic tundra. At first they started

showing up in National Parks and wilderness trails across the country, but soon they even began to appear in backyards

and city parks all over Canada. Along with the migration there seems to be a bit of an evolutionary change happening

as well and many of the southern Inukshuk’s have a slightly different structure from the northern species. All joking

aside the Inukshuk has been adopted by all of Canada, it has become a symbol of our wilderness, of that inner explorer

in each of us that would like to head down that trail, over that hill, around that bend, just to see….


Inukshuk, Waterton National Park, Alberta

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