The Scarborough Bluffs
In prehistoric times, parts of the northern shore of Lake Ontario were covered by Lake Iroquois. The Scarborough Bluffs are the last remnant of that ancient shoreline, and it shows. It’s got a serene, northern beauty, but it’s a short drive from downtown Toronto. It’s a 15 km span of 90 foot tall bluffs.
Fun Fact: The current Toronto Islands were formed from sediment from the bluffs that followed the current and was deposited at the foot of Bay St.