Mount McKay is located south of Thunder Bay in Ontario’s Superior County on Fort William First Nations Reservation. Mount McKay or Anemki-wacheu as it’s known in Ojibwa is at a momentous height of 981 feet (299 m) above Lake Superior. On the lower plateau there is an observation walkway and viewing scope offering awe inspiring vistas of the city of Thunder Bay, the countryside, Lake Superior, and the Sleeping Giant. Mount Mckay is considered sacred ground by the members of the Fort William First Nation. There is a carved monument that is in honor of their Ojibwa elders here.