Cathedral Bluffs

Formed over thousands of years of glacial activity and erosion by the currents of Lake Ontario, the Scarborough Bluffs are a significant geological feature in the east end of Toronto. Cathedral Bluffs Park is the highest point of the bluffs standing at 90 meters above the lakeshore. The bluffs in this area have been shaped into cathedral-like spires. Views from the top of the bluffs are spectacular with open areas to stop for lunch. The beach shore at the base of the bluffs is perfect for a long afternoon walk. Access to the beach is available via Brimley Road.


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