Located at the heart of Canada’s boreal forest, Pimachiowin Aki is one of the world’s most diverse landscapes, and a place that provides exceptional testimony to an ancient culture that thrives today.
This 29,040 km2 protected area is Canada’s first mixed World Heritage Site, recognized for both cultural and natural values. Pimachiowin Aki is a manifestation of an indigenous culture so connected to the natural environment, as to be indistinguishable from it.
Pimachiowin Aki is a remote wilderness area. Travel requires skill and patience in navigation, boating, canoeing, portaging, and camping.