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Lover's Leap at Little Bear Lake Ontario
Canada
Here at the top of the highest cliff on Little Bear Lake in the Northern most part of the beautiful Killarney Provincial Park. Nicknamed "lover's Leap", this cliff is an estimated 300 feet high and is on the south shore of the lake. It is not too difficult to climb if you blaze a trail to the left of the face and approach it from the East, going up a steady incline, then you have to reverse to the west to reach the summit.
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Uploaded: 15/08/2013
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Tags: water sports; camping; fishing; climing; nature
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