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Hiking to The Top of the Giant

Hiking to The Top of the Giant

Peering over the edge, I looked straight down at Lake Superior from the top of the Sleeping Giant. “Careful where you step,” said Greg Stroud, my hiking partner for the day from Parks Canada, “because each step could be your last.” There was no sign, no guardrail—just an unobstructed view of the world’s biggest lake from Ontario’s highest point.

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