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Fall in Ontario, ON

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The Badlands of Cheltenham in Caledon are a geological curiosity located 40 miles, 60 kilometres, northwest of Toronto. The soil supporting the vegetation was eroded, then the water continued to erode further, forming waves. The site, which had been open for a long time without control, has been heavily used, especially in the fall. Since then, the site has been redeveloped to promote responsible access based on an hourly reservation system.

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16 comments

    • I completely agree with you, I have even seen people biking and skiing there in the winter. It’s not so easy for the photos and you can’t play with the figures in the landscape anymore but at least it preserves this fragile soil for longer.

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