Hole in the Wall – Georgian Bay

Blue skies, rocky shores, and wind blown trees.  Typical of  the islands and shores of  Georgian Bay,  made famous through the art of The Group of Seven – Canada’s most well known 19th and 20th century artists.  The signature wind blown trees and rocky shores are found everywhere in this region. Epic – no other word can describe the scenery.

Hole in the Wall is a channel through high cliffs and  sacred, early  first nation burying grounds, that the Island Queen tour boat passes on its journey. As you approach, it looks as if you are going to land on the rocks and then the passage comes into full view as the boat slowly moves. You can almost touch the walls as they say.

Richard and I took the 3 hour cruise and stood on the front deck most of the journey.  It was amazing. If you are ever in this part of Ontario, this particular boat cruise is one of the best in the region.

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Hole In The Wall Georgian Bay


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