"Explore the gorge and observe nature" Elora Things to Do Tip by Faiza-Ifrah

Elora Things to Do: 8 reviews and 8 photos

  A tree with half exposed roots
by Faiza-Ifrah

The slopes and floor of the gorge were lush green with many kinds of herbs, shrubs, wild flowers and trees. The floor itself was rocky and slippery due to erosion from the river water.

Closer to the floor, the gorge had exposed the roots of many trees. We could see huge trees, along with their deep roots.

The river water gushed by us crashing against boulders and rocks, small plants waived in the breeze, the leaves of the trees fluttered and the 4 of us looked up from the gorge floor towards the mountain top in awe. The whole setting made us look so small in comparison to the nature.

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  • Updated Nov 17, 2005
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