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Nottawasaga Bluffs Conservation Area

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Nottawasaga Bluffs Conservation Area

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SesameOntario wrote a review Jul 2020
Ontario, Canada111 contributions63 helpful votes
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Reviewed before arrival to ensure we knew where to park, how to enter trail system, what to expect & level of difficulty. Our goal was to reach & explore the caves first. We zigged when we should have zagged adding extra time on our hike. Luckily we ran into a local who got us back on track. Both white, but especially blue trail markers could be improved. Caves were fascinating! Felt apprehensive heading down at about 3 spots. Hiking shoes became slippery fast from stepping on moss covered rocks. I can fully understand why there are accidents. We explored for 3 hours on a Wednesday morning and only saw 8 people. Grateful we wore long pants & sleeves, had mosquito repellent & had drinking water after the exhausting workout. Excellent photo opportunities.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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skaszab2016 wrote a review Jul 2019
Toronto, Canada1166 contributions241 helpful votes
Needed to get among nature. A real good place to do that. The bluffs are beautiful, naturally exciting. Stone works 100's of thousands of years old. Created by mother nature through wind, water flow.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Chris G wrote a review Jan 2019
Toronto, Canada193 contributions91 helpful votes
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It's a 15-20 minute walk into the scenic overlook on an easy trail. There are lots of options to continue beyond and / or take side trails. We hiked in January and there was a small amount of relatively hard-pack snow: we wore regular winter boots and had no issue. If hiking in the winter, be careful not to stray from the trail and fall down a crevasse! Parking is $6.50 but has to be paid through an app / online, which is a real nuisance.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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emac227 wrote a review Nov 2018
Hanover, Canada78 contributions20 helpful votes
There isn't such a thing as a bad hike. The trails could have been marked better as far as labeling the bruce trail on the map.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Cathy B wrote a review Oct 2018
11 contributions5 helpful votes
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Awesome hiking area but signage needs to be improved. Got lost few times & can be a little confusing. The Keyhole trail and caves were really cool. Was raining while I was there so was slippery and muddy in spots. The view from the bluffs is breathtaking. Was very disappointed on the Ian Lang Memorial trail. Didn't see any traces of a limestone kiln or traces of an old homestead. Was the only reason I went on that one. But definitely going back to visit the other parts again!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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