A gorge located in Elora, Ontario which was dammed to generate power for the town's grist mill. The mill stands today, still supporting the town and its history by operating as an inn and restaurant for privleged folk from Rosedale who poke around the town and generate revenue.

The gorge is surrounded by a Conservation Area where camping, Cross country skiing, hiking, fishing and tubing are of interest to Americans and stressed out Torontonians. Composed of limestone, it is a spectacular place to wander and explore if you can deal with everyone else around you. Everything around you is moist and you can view incredible erosion patterns and crevices anomg the White Cedar forest.

Although the gorge is beautiful and the town is kept immaculate, the trail is busy and defaced where it passes under and through civic property.

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