A 20 minute experience in a informational attraction built in the 70s and never updated. This is more of a "Let's go over to the Glacial Grooves while we're here" kind of place and not a destination, although if you're really into geology, they claim it is one of the world's best examples of glacial grooves. But for us lay folk, it's 30 feet of curvy rocks and some outdated signage.
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