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Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve (NEBR)
The Niagara Escarpment is one of the main features of Southern Ontario. It was created by an old lakebed that sunk. Then the edge of the lake came out of the ground as a long ridge. The escarpment was made out of layers of focalized marine life. You can see the layers around www.Wiarton.ca.

The Niagara Escarpment runs from Niagara Falls to Tobermory.

    Some of the main tourist features along the escarpment are:
  • Niagara Falls
  • The drive along the bottom of the Escarpment on HWY 8 from Niagara Falls to Hamilton
  • Lookout on top of the mountain in Hamilton
  • Collingwood ski hills
  • Collingwood caves
  • Drive from Colligwood to Owen Sound
  • Beaver Valley
  • Waterfalls in Owen Sound
  • Lookout in Owen Sound
  • The drive along the water from Owen Sound to Wiarton
  • Caves and Lookouts at Wiarton
  • Cape Croker
  • Cave south of Lionís Head
  • Lionís head and trails
  • Cabot Head Lighthouse
  • Cyprus Lake Grotto
  • Town of Tobermory and Scuba Diving