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There Is An Insanely Beautiful Grotto 4 Hours Away From Toronto

In a little over 4 hours you could be swimming in a massive cave or tanning along side a beautiful grotto.  For those who are looking for your next summer adventure, this is it.

This incredible watering hole is the perfect excuse to gather your friends for a road trip to Quebec.  This spot is not a normal tourist destination, so you don't have to adhere to any hours of operation, or pay a fee to get in.

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Wallingford-Back Mine is the perfect place for those who are interested in hiking, swimming, tanning or having a picnic with a beautiful view.  This spot used to be the largest mine in North America, and is now a beautiful adventure spot that is ideal for exploring.  Just be sure to pick up your garbage and treat the land with respect so it stays picture perfect!

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If you are not able to visit the mine this summer, be sure to check it out in the winter! It is just as beautiful, and is great for snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and hiking!

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Be sure to get out there and check out this beautiful Canadian treasure! 

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