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Greig's Caves, Bruce Peninsula

(4.7/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
Embark an adventure, and explore Greig's Caves, 10 limestone caves. From the trail above the caves, you can enjoy the view of Georgian Bay. On your way to the caves, just stop, take a breath of fresh air, and enjoy the peaceful site. On the hiking trail have a meal at picnic tables, and rest. Due to slippery rocks, wear comfortable, and hiking shoes. Also, bring a flashlight to see the darkest parts of the caves. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Greig's Caves and many more Lion's Head attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Lion's Head vacation route planner.
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  • We thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon at the caves. My wife and I visit them often to see the ferns growing out of the limestone cliff face. The hike is a bit treacherous in places although I make it an...  more »
  • Nothing special, the site is maintained by a private owner, that shows, its neglected and he uses red paint marking the way on the natural rocks , really shameful. Admission fee is also really high. T...  more »
  • Nice trail with beautiful caves to explore. Medium difficulty, but wear stable shoes as there are rocks and trail going up and down. There is ample parking. Entrance is not free, but it is worth it as...  more »
  • Great place to spend a few hours in a magical world of caves, trails and endless photo opportunities. Pretty rugged terrain, few slippery spots. Bring water.
  • A great cave formation. Fairly advanced hike, need good knees and balance!
  • High on the wow factor cave's are large and the height of the escarpment wall is breath taking it made for a nice day during our week stay in Tobermory. Good hiker's highly recommended very challenging trail took my wife and I around two hrs to do the main loop trail but that was taking the time to take it all in. Water a flashlight and of course a camera also recommended. Our visit was in early September 2015.
  • Great adventure for more experienced hikers. Not for the frail of heart - lots of tricky slopes and rocky trails. While the caves may not be walk-through, they're still amazing, massive, and immersive. And if that tires you out, there a nice relaxing scenic route with a couple impressive lookouts over the lake. While the adult price is $10 each, I'd say it's worth the adventure.
  • This is a great place to spend an afternoon.