Thunder Bay

Collection by Carolyn Caskey

Carolyn Caskey
Stop Kakabeka Falls, Kakabeka, Ontario. Camping Places, Places To Travel, Camping Cabins, All Nature, Amazing Nature, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Visit, Ontario Travel, Beau Site

Kakabeka Falls, Kakabeka, Ontario. Near Thunder Bay where I now live. Niagara Falls of the north.

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The Sleeping Giant Situated on Sibley Peninsula in Lake Superior in Ontario, Canada is usually a lengthy rock formation of mesas and sills that resembles a sleeping giant laying down on its back when the formation is viewed from across the water in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The dramatic cliffs that form component of the Sleeping Giant rise as high as 800 feet in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park.

Pukaskwa National Park in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada is filled with exceptional beauty perfect for backpackers. Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Ontario Parks, Canada Ontario, Canada Eh, Ontario Travel, Canada Travel, Canada Trip

Pukaskwa National Park

Pukaskwa National Park is a Hiking Area in ON. Plan your road trip to Pukaskwa National Park in ON with Roadtrippers.

Amethyst Mine, guided and self guided tours. This is so on my bucket list! Rv Travel, Travel Planner, Travel List, Canada Travel, Summer Travel, Travel With Kids, Canada Trip, Trip Planner, Us Vacation Spots

Amethyst Mine, guided and self guided tours. Thunder Bay Ontario. This is so on my bucket list!

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The View from Sleeping Giant, Thunder Bay, I actually have a photo taken of the Sleeping giant from the Terry Fox lookout point just outside out Sault Ste. Marie from my trip out to Calgary AB in the early 1980s. this photo shows the enormous size of the unusual part of the end of the Niagara escarpment!