Let’s go tubing at Elora Gorge
The Elora Gorge is one of the most beautiful and spectacular natural areas in the Grand River Valley. The Grand River rushes through the gorge, which has 22-metre (70 feet) high cliffs. Riverside trails (with safety barriers) and scenic overlooks provide hikers with stunning views of the water far below where kayakers and tubers make their way through the rapids. You can walk straight into Elora along the trails.
The Conservation Area has a cascade waterfall, “Hole in the Rock”, numerous small caves, and the waterfall at the Tooth Of Time is visible from the Elora Mill Country Inn & Restaurant. Please be careful along the edge of the gorge.
Where: 7400 Wellington County Rd. 21, Elora
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