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Lions Head Provincial Park

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Juan & Cristina
September 11, 2021
One of the most beautiful places to hike in Ontario. Trails are rocky and winding up to the coastline where the cliffs drop off at great heights.
Alex
June 3, 2021
This area of the Niagara Escarpment is well-known for its rock formation that from a distance resembles the profile of a lion. Some 400 million years old, these Cabot Head, Amabel, and Guelph formations of bedrock are exposed in the cliff face. Glacial outwash and eroded potholes lie on top of the escarpment, while mounds of rock debris overgrown with vegetation, lie along the bottom. The cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment, including those at Lion’s Head, support one of the most ancient and least disturbed forest ecosystems in North America. Of particular interest are the ancient white cedars found along the cliff’s edge. The park is also known for the presence of both nationally and provincially rare plant species.
This area of the Niagara Escarpment is well-known for its rock formation that from a distance resembles the profile of a lion. Some 400 million years old, these Cabot Head, Amabel, and Guelph formations of bedrock are exposed in the cliff face. Glacial outwash and eroded potholes lie on top of the e…
Michelle
March 13, 2021
If looking out over incredible turquoise and ultramarine blue waters from stunning 200-foot cliffs give you a thrill, the main Lion’s Head Trail located in Lion's Head Provincial Nature Preserve is another one to explore. A forested trail leads before emerging onto some of the best views on the Bruce. On a clear day, look to the south from the cliffs and you'll see Cape Dundas and Barrier Island and to the north, you’ll see the cliffs of White Bluff, Cape Chin, and Cabot Head. The Lion’s Head Trail has two loops – the main trail and inland trail for a total of about 18-kilometres.
If looking out over incredible turquoise and ultramarine blue waters from stunning 200-foot cliffs give you a thrill, the main Lion’s Head Trail located in Lion's Head Provincial Nature Preserve is another one to explore. A forested trail leads before emerging onto some of the best views on the Bruc…
Justin
April 23, 2017
Trail Head at the end of Moore St.
Ildiko And Gabor
July 7, 2021
Lion's Head is home to the dramatic beauty of the escarpment and serene shallow beaches.

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Lama- und Alpaka-Wanderung
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Ab Preis:$62/Person

Unterkünfte in der Nähe

SUPERHOST
  1. Gesamte Unterkunft: Blockhütte
  2. 4 Betten
Chickadee Cabin - Bruce Peninsula
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  1. Tiny House
  2. 1 Bett
An den schönen Ufern der Georgian Bay.
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  1. Gesamte Unterkunft: Cottage
  2. 1 Bett
Romantisches Ferienhaus für zwei!
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  1. Tiny House
  2. 1 Bett
Coupland Glamping Bunkie, Hepworth, 3 Hektar bewaldet
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  1. Gesamte Unterkunft: Cottage
  2. 4 Betten
Myles Bay Cottage
  1. Tiny House
  2. 2 Betten
Winzige Hütte Lake Huron Bruce Halbinsel
  1. Gesamte Unterkunft: Cottage
  2. 3 Betten
Das Ferienhaus an der River Lane 31
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  1. Privatzimmer
  2. 1 Bett
Gästehaus Lionheart Schlafzimmer #2
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  1. Gesamte Unterkunft: Cottage
  2. 3 Betten
Whippoorwill Cottage
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  1. Gesamte Unterkunft: Gästesuite
  2. 3 Betten
Lion's Head Bahay
  1. Gesamte Unterkunft: Cottage
  2. 4 Betten
Behagliche 2 Schlafzimmer und Bunkie Waterfront Cottage
  1. Privatzimmer
  2. 1 Bett
Willkommen in unserem kleinen B&B in Lions Head
  1. Gesamte Unterkunft: Cottage
  2. 3 Betten
Bucht WATERFRONT COTTAGE-Isthmus, Lions Head
  1. Campingbus/Wohnmobil
  2. 4 Betten
Anhänger für 2
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  1. Zimmer in Hostel
  2. 1 Bett
Doppelzimmer im The Fitz Hostel
  1. Privatzimmer
  2. 1 Bett
Rachels Place #2 - Gemütliches Zimmer im Zentrum von Lion's Head

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Lion's Head, ON