The Scarborough Bluffs stretch for about 14km along the Lake Ontario shore, from the Eastern Beaches of Toronto in the west, to West Hill in the east. At their highest at Cliffside, the bluffs rise 65m above the water. It is like eight two-storey homes stacked on top of each other. On clear days the New York Shoreline is visible on top. The bluffs have been formed primarily by erosion of the packed clay soil. In some places, such as the western end of Bluffers Park, the erosion has shaped the clay into interesting shapes.
Here's some pictures of the Bluffs taken by my husband during this summer.
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