To Grey Owl’s or Bust!
Two friends embark on an unforgettable trek to reach the cabin of the famous (and infamous!) Grey Owl. Tyler Dixon of Calgary shares some of the great shots from his canoe trip with his friend Mike. You can also read their story in the June/July issue of Our Canada magazine.
Grey Owl’s Cabin
Tyler Dixon of Calgary and his friend Mike go on an epic canoe journey to get to Grey Owl’s Cabin in Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan. This is a photo of the cabin and of Ajawaan Lake.
To Grey Owl’s or Bust became the mantra for Tyler and Mike’s trip through Prince Albert National Park in their rented canoe.
There is one railcar portage along a stream that connects Kingsmere Lake and Waskesiu Lake that allows you to bypass a set of rapids.
A cute pine marten makes an appearance while Tyler and Mike travel through Prince Albert National Park.
This photo is of Anahareo’s cabin near Grey Owl’s cabin in Prince Albert National Park. Grey Owl met Anahareo in 1925 and she played a key role in his transition from trapper to conservationist.
Prince Albert National Park is the tenth-largest national park in Canada and the largest protected wilderness area in Saskatchewan.
Grey Owl’s Stove
This is a shot of the old stove inside Grey Owl’s famous cabin in Saskatchewan’s Prince Albert National Park.