Grand Portage Hiking Stick MedallionItem#: 345413
There are several ranger walks or talks in which you can participate to learn about what happened at Grand Portage National Monument. Some of these walks or talks include, Historic Bread Baking Demonstrations in the North West Company Kitchens, Native American Lifeways and Why Grand Portage? Walking Tour. After you take in some of these tours, have a picnic next to Lake Superior in the porkeater’s (voyageurs that travelled from Montreal) camp.
This hiking stick medallion is focused on the Great Hall. The building is painted in browns and grays and is pressed up against a lacquered blue sky. The image is framed by two logs. This framing ties into the nature that surrounds and is part of the national monument and the nature that was used to keep the lucrative North West Company in business. Pin this medallion to your hiking stick when you explore the trails at Grand Portage National Monument, so you too can be one with nature.
- Take a walking tour to learn more about what life was like at Grand Portage National Monument.
- Dimensions: 1.5’’ x 1.35’’
- Designed and finished in U.S.A.
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