This past weekend, on a beautiful sunny day, my daughter and I hiked to the Grotto at Bruce Peninsula National Park and discovered a surreal landscape of ice sculptures. There was not enough snow for snowshoeing, however, icers were totally necessary. Without icers to grip your hiking boot to the ice, one unlucky slide could result in a frightening descent to the frigid cold water of Georgian Bay. It was a friend who likened the ice covered landscape to a marshmallow world, perfect description!
Enjoy the pics and remember, if you venture to the Grotto between Dec and Mar, be sure you have icers for your boots and snowshoes, if snow conditions are good.