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"Moose On The Loose" 4-Day Canadian Roadtrip
$457.88 per adult
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Tobermory, Ontario Canada
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Private Guided Bruce Peninsula Day Trip
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Private Guided Bruce Peninsula Day Trip
Canada has many impressive natural landscapes, but one of the most mesmerizing would have to be Bruce Peninsula National Park and its turquoise shoreline. The Bruce Trail straddles a huge forested ridge that runs throughout southern Ontario, connecting the Niagara River with Georgian Bay. Due to its location along the Niagara Escarpment, the trail is marked with impressive rock formations throughout. Only three hours from Toronto, the area acts as a perfect city getaway for avid hikers and nature lovers. On this tour we will leave Toronto Early morning and head straight for the park and enjoy a 5 km trail and hike towards the Grotto, which is a limestone cave overlooking Georgian Bay’s clear blue water. The next stop is lunch in Tobermory, the town at the tip of the peninsula that will radiate small town Ontario charm. End the day with a choice of Cruise in the Fathom Five Marine Park, canoeing (weather dependent) or visit the Bruce Peninsula Information Centre.
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wendymurcia87 wrote a review Feb 2020
Canada511 contributions54 helpful votes
In this place you have 2 options to go down to the cave. the first is through a hollow in the form of a vertical tunnel in the middle of rocks and the second is going down a slightly horizontal rock wall, it is a bit difficult and dangerous since the rocks have sharp points.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Jessica B wrote a review Dec 2019
Richmond, Virginia25 contributions4 helpful votes
My brother and I visited in the winter and we had the entire place to ourselves! We did not see a single person our entire hike. Please note you must park in parking lot 2 during the winter and check in yourself. There is no one patrolling. It was roughly a 5-6 mile hike and we
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Date of experience: December 2019
Paul H wrote a review Nov 2019
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We had a great escape into the Grey Bruce Peninsula and one of the highlights was the Grotto for sure. A nice hike with amazing vistas and exceptional natural features to marvel at for the whole family. Not only were the many folks to experience this phenomena with, but just a
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Date of experience: August 2019
35unhappy2017 wrote a review Nov 2019
3 contributions6 helpful votes
Its a great view but coming from Toronto I did not find it to be worth the long drive. Make sure to pack food if you do - theres not many good places to eat around there.
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Date of experience: July 2019
yourlocalpoet wrote a review Oct 2019
33 contributions10 helpful votes
Came in fall so the water was high and you couldn't get in the grotto but it was fantastic. Not the easiest walk and it was quite windy but no problem for me and I would take people here for sure. You want wave photoshoots this is the place.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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