|Agawa Rock Pictographs: 0.5 km : 30 min.-1hr|
The trail to the site of the Pictographs (rock paintings) is short, but very rocky and rugged. The trail passes through some interesting geological features: rock chasms, broken boulders and sheer cliffs. This is a sacred site where generations of Ojibwe came to record their dreams and spirits in red ochre. Today visitors must walk out on a ledge to view the Pictographs. The pictographs can only be accessed when the lake is calm.
Caution is advised when venturing onto this rock ledge due to its slope and the unpredictable nature of Lake Superior and its wave action.
For more information regarding the Pictograph site, refer to the Agawa Rock Pictographs brochure.