Find these treasures on the Bruce Trail
in the Beaver Valley Section (from Craigleith to Blantyre).

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    Name
Description
Google Map*   Bruce Trail Map* Location: Lat/Long Parking: Lat/Long
22   Flowerpot at Loree Forest Roughly 5,000 years ago during a time of higher lake levels, this little "flowerpot" formation was forming due to wave action exploiting cracks and crevices in the rock, leaving behind this little geological gem.   Google
Map

    24 44.515117
-80.364921 
44.510787
-80.357347
23   Pinnacle Rock  Magnificent Pinnacle Rock is a massive slab of Escarpment rock that feel from the cliff face some thousands of years ago. Its once-horizontal layers now point vertically into the sky.  Google
Map

    25
44.408954
-80.467109
44.423216
-80.469565
24   Old Baldy  Old Baldy is a magnificent ridge of Escarpment rock towering over the Beaver Valley and the Village of Kimberley. You should be able to see Turkey Vultures riding gracefully on the thermal updrafts created by the Escarpment.  Google
Map

    26 44.386407
-80.523358 
44.392191
-80.518595 
25   Old tunnel ruin at Eugenia Falls In the early 1900s plans were put in place to create a hydroelectric power plant here. To create a sufficient height for the water to fall and turn the turbines, the proponents planned on building a 264 m tunnel through the rock and diverting the river through it. Plans were abandoned and the tunnel blown up as a safety measure, but the arches of the tunnel entrance are visible beside the Bruce Trail.   Google
Map

    26 44.313721
-80.527170
44.313356
-80.524912 
26   Hogg's Falls Another beautiful Escarpment waterfall, tucked deep into the beautiful Beaver Valley. Enjoy!  Google
Map

    26

44.285497
-80.543580

44.285307
-80.543081 
27   Bench at Kimberley Springs  The Kimberley Springs property was purchased by the BTC in 2012, and the Beaver Valley Club volunteers have erected a bench for hikers to view beautiful Bill's Creek below the springs.  Google
Map

    26 44.380579
-80.554651 
44.387268
-80.557836 
28   Webwood Falls  Webwood Falls was donated to the BTC by the landowner in honour of his mother and father. The Falls tumbles over the Escarpment into a deep valley, exposing shale and dolostone bedrock.  Google
Map

   28 44.494705
-80.546421 
44.494705
-80.546421