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“Very nice”

Bruce's Caves Conservation Area
Reviewed June 21, 2013

was very interesting, beautiful caves, i would love to go back there went it is sunny, it rain a lot when we were there so we could not do as much as we would of like, but very nice.

Thank 282Juliette282
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Reviewed June 2, 2013

We loved the trails but the caves were really not much to explore. You need to careful as you negotiate the small rocks as you approach the caves.

Thank Dinesh R
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Reviewed March 24, 2013

this area is absolutely beautiful. spent an entire day there walking around and enjoying the area. perfect place for a family day trip

Thank CarrieHou76
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

We did this little hike during the winter thaw. It was beautiful. The moss growing in the area was so vibrantly green. Felt more like a movie scene than a real nature walk because it was almost electric green. The sign has lost it's paper so make sure to take the trail with a sign that has nothing on it rather than the "Bruce Trail" sign. The hike is really short so you may want to park at Grey Road 1 instead of driving all the way in to make it worth the step count. The only negative is that some youth have put graphiti on some portions of the walls. Would be great if the conservation authority could clean it up. Can be done in under 30 minutes if you are in a rush.

Thank C-GCDN
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Reviewed January 7, 2013

The main cave is roughly 30 x 40 feet and 20 feet high. It's above ground and there is a crevice at the right rear that enables you to climb/ walk around to the front. Great hiking in the area. No admittance charge.

2  Thank YoungCathy
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