Scarborough Bluffs

Forming much of the eastern portion of Toronto's waterfront, Scarborough Bluffs are a geological attraction where 12,000 years of sedimentary rock meet natural erosion from Lake Ontario. At their highest (the area known as Cathedral Bluffs), they rise 90 meters above the lake. The Bluffs have become a community meeting place for people of all ages. It features various recreational hiking and walking trails as well as picnic tables, firepits, places to pitch a tent, parking lots, a 'Bluffers Restaurant', and a large marina and boating club.

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