Photograph of Lise Sorenson sitting next to a campfire with a red canoe in the background

“It’s such a privilege to spend my work day helping people connect to the land…especially when that land is the resonant and enduring wilderness of Quetico Provincial Park.” – Lise Sorenson

Happy International Women’s Day

Ontario Parks, couldn’t do without their women team members. They work as biologists, instructors, wardens, superintendents, planners, managers, and more.

Lise is the face and voice of Quetico Provincial Park for many park visitors. She is one of the most experienced backcountry canoeists on staff at the park and is the go-to trip planner for Quetico paddlers looking for help. Lise also supports the operation of Quetico’s more remote entry stations.

Over her career at Quetico, Lise has used her skills and experience as park ranger to develop map products for the park, layout and construct new summer and winter trails, and continues to play an integral role in the development and maintenance of the Quetico section of the Trans Canada trail and the sections outside of the park.

 Read the full article on the Ontario Parks Blog