This has to be one of the most interesting hikes I have ever taken. Lion’s Head, Ontario is named for it’s lion shaped rock formation carved into the landscape. The winding trail to the top of the escarpment is a bit challenging but worth every step. You can take your time along the way, admiring a fairytale forest full of mossy rocks, twisted cedars and ancient birch trees. It is surreal. The story ends with this view over Georgian Bay. The varying depths of the water play with the palette of blue.
Thank you! 🙂
I have never been there. Evidently I missed something incredible!
I am sure that I could say the same about some of your adventures. 😉
But yes, it is a beautiful place.
Thank you, Tina. 🙂
Amazing photos, wow!
I agree with the above – great shots, lovely interpretation of this weeks theme – the depth of those cliff walls and the depth of the blue in the water/sky. Lovely work. I have definitely added Ontario to my list of places I need to check out (if only it wasn’t so far away from Australia!)
Wow, wow and wow! Gorgeous!!