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The 4 Elements

Starting on October 14, 2018 9:00 am

A time travel through millions of years of history! Me and my boyfriend came to Bruce having seen only some pics of the area but we had no idea about geological history of the place. Our amazing guide, Graham, took us through a fascinating millions of years time travel of the geological history of the place in 4 hrs! We left with not just a better understanding of geology but a new way of looking at ordinary things around us. The place is so beautiful- definitely would come back here again! Stephanie Joy R.

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A sensory exploration of how the 4 Elements (fire, water, air, earth) have shaped the landscape of the Bruce Peninsula. This guided geological adventure takes you along the towering, rocky cliffs overlooking Georgian Bay. Search for traces of the great fires that swept through the area during the turn of the last century. See how water and ice have scoured and scraped and shaped the rocky landscape we call home. Climb from shore to sky to stand on majestic cliffs with breathtaking views into the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay. Discover the rare flora and fauna that inhabit the mixed forest’s fragile post glacial soils.

Highlights include a secret waterfall, an inland flowerpot rock formation as well as ancient potholes and other mysterious features.

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  • Rating: 145px Ski trail rating symbol blue square.svg This adventure is rated moderate with some challenging sections. Moderate Bruce Trail hiking over uneven terrain with some harder slippery sections, cliff edge, steep descents and loose shore stone.
  • Where: Meet at Dyer’s Bay Parking lot.
  • When: Starting at 9:00 AM Sunday October 14th and Sunday November10th. Approx. 3.5 hrs.
  • What to bring: Sturdy footwear, sunscreen, water, rain gear if inclement weather, snacks.
  • Price: $49.00 (+HST)

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