Took the family (wife and preteens) for an afternoon hike. The terrain is rocky but not overly aggressive. take good shoes and flip flops would be a big fail!. There are a couple of caves to check out and there is climbing available on some if you feel so inclined. We took great pictures and the who;e family loved it.... 更多
A sunny day in November and just about 15 cars in the parking lot - a great opportunity to go for a walk without hundreds of other people around.
Went to two caving areas on the weekend, this one was our first stop. It was nice and great to see, but the trail was a little to short and left me wanting more caves!
Went a nature walk for about 2 hours and we still wasn't at the end by my son had fallen asleep on the trail and had to turn around. But the trail was good cuz it is also marked so you won get lost. Next time Weill hopefully get to do the whole trail.
Make sure you take a good pair of running shoes or hiking shoes and prepare to explore some great scenic caves. If you're a nature enthusiast and you are visiting the Wiarton area, you must visit Bruce's Caves, you won't be disappointed. Drive down the road very slowly because it's not in the best of shape, especially if you drive... 更多
This is part of the Bruce Trail system throughout Ontario. You walk for about a kilometre to get to large amphitheatre style caves. There are some chimneys that the explorers among your group can shimmy up. Where proper walking or hiking shoes - no flip-flops - the trail is not difficult, but the caves have a lot of loose rock... 更多
I used to hike into these often when I was a kid and was just recently back there. Still a nice, short hike in but unless you can traverse some rocks in some good shoes you don't see much. Don't wear flip flops as the rocks are sharp. The caves are beautiful, but people have put their mark on them... 更多