The Scarborough Bluffs begin just west of Highland Creek and continue westwards for 15 kilometres. At their highest point they are about 90 metres tall.
On this day, I walked to Highland Creek:
At the point where it meets Lake Ontario, there is a railway bridge:
Human artifacts have been found here dating back over 5,000 years.
Some views of the beach:
and of the bluffs:
Something I find everywhere:
Entire trees float up onto the beach:
A buried stream enters here:
Some red fruit:
Some Bank Swallow holes are so close that I climbed right up to them:
Rather than walk back along the beach, there is a path which gently climbs the bluffs to East Point Park: