This was a beautiful day's hike, taking in the grotto and amazing cliffs and shoreline. It wasn't very busy when we visited (early July). I recommend wearing hiking boots and bug spray. Also, watch out for the water temperature - when I did a bit of paddling I felt like my feet had been cut off at the ankles, it was so cold!
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