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  • Robby G C
    Toronto, Canada78 235 contributions
    This is the Nottawasaga Bluffs Conservation Area. This is amazing.

    We hiked. We saw beautiful views.

    We were walking with boulders.

    We explored the Niagara escarpment with hikes.

    Feeling Thirsty we are what we drink.

    We hiked all the way!

    Environmentalists.Farmers,the Active.

    From our Farm to your table.

    We had seen a lot of trees.

    There are350 acres here!

    The boulders were the best. Wow! We liked that!

    There was water.

    The hiking was the best! and getting to the boulders.

    There were caves as well.

    The Hidden Value of Farmland.

    We learned of the Escarpment. Wow!

    We liked this place.

    I loved the
    I loved it!'

    I will come again.

    Nice views as well.

    A must see! Hiking and beauty with the escarpement
    Written 9 June 2021
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  • rdlatter
    Mulmur, Canada41 contributions
    Highly recommend!
    Free self guided tour. Lots to see. Purchased a few items from the artists studio during our visit too.
    Written 29 July 2021
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  • CanTrailsAdventure
    Huntsville, Canada19 contributions
    Not much of a parking lot and easy to drive by if you're not using Google Maps or a similar app. The view from lookout was beautiful, although the lookout itself is starting to show its age. The climb down to the Mad River was spectacular, with stairs built in where it was very steep. For an unmanned park, it is in very good shape with very little litter that was only in the parking lot (my friends cleaned it all up while waiting for me). The switchback on the opposite of the Mad River to climb to the top of the bluffs was wide enough for two people to walk side-by-side. Please remember that you are descending and then ascending 50+ metres each side of the Mad River, so proper footwear is important. Sandals and regular running shoes are not a good idea.
    Written 22 July 2018
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  • Robin S
    Innisfil, Canada44 contributions
    My husband and I took our two kids, 11 and 13, over Christmas holidays. Was very enjoyable and everyone got to drive the sleds. We were concerned as there was no snow in Collingwood, but there was plenty at the site. A bit of a difficult drive - I wouldn't want to do it if the roads were icy. We went to the barn after the sledding and had hot chocolate. It was a nice finish to an all-around good day
    Written 10 April 2015
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  • Robby G C
    Toronto, Canada78 235 contributions
    This is the Rob Roy United Church.

    The church is completely white.

    There is a cemetery as well.

    Lots of trees.

    There is a place behind for kids,

    Worthwhile to see!
    Written 12 June 2021
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