Bruce Peninsula in November – The Grotto

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About a month ago, mid-November, I spent a long week-end in the Bruce Peninsula National Park, to see The Grotto. The park is a few hours drive North-West of Toronto. The peninsula is between the Georgian Bay and the Huron Lake. It was too late in the season to camp, to we decided for a bed and breakfast. We found a nice in Lion’s Head named “The Bluffs”, managed by a retired couple. The price is good, the location is very nice and the home made breakfast is awesome!

“The Grotto”, is a cave carved in the cliff by the water and the wind. When you arrive at the top of the cliff, you have to find a hole in the ground, just big enough for 1 person to go through, without a backpack. Once inside you find yourself in a small caves, perched in the bluff, with a beautiful view on the lake . I wasn’t incredible, but it was a very fun experience 🙂

Here is the pictures I have taken during our hike to the Grotto.


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