Last Day of Touring with my Guest from Montreal…

Soley’s Cove was the destination of choice. No, it’s not first on the list for rock picking but my client had seen a recent blog post about a Soley Cove excursion and put in a special request.

The weather and tides were in our favour and the opportunities to explore were unlimited!

Everyone delighted in the sparkling waterfalls along the cliffs.

And we had several lengthy stops to the destination where we waited for the tide to recede.

Our destination was Redhead Formation, the magnificent Jurassic Aolian cliff near the Old Wife Rock and Moose Island.

No matter how often I explore this particular beach discoveries are limitless! With each high tide changes take place… We even found a piece of agate and a crystal the size of a baby’s fist near the Redhead!

The tide was just coming back in when we arrived at the starting point. Here is an image to compare to the very first one I posted at the beginning of the post:

This beach can be tricky to access if one is unfamiliar with the Bay of Fundy tides. Need a competent guide? Reach out and book your Soley Cove excursion!

Hope you enjoyed today’s hike! Round trip is 10km on easy to navigate terrain. Exploring each unique cove adds distance, we managed to rack up 12.8kms today.

Enjoy the rest of your Thursday, Anna

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