BEAUTIFUL BLANKET OF GEOLOGICAL ROCK.
A storm was brewing when I photographed this scene. I made it back to the car before the downpour.
I love the vast expanse of geological rock under my feet when exploring the area. There is much to discover.
When visiting, be sure it hasn’t recently rained. The rock can be very slippery when wet, which can be very dangerous if you’re close to the edge of the Current River rapids.
Part of the Canadian Shield, Cascades is but a sliver of the 8 million square km (3 million square miles) of rock spread over eastern, central, and northwestern Canada into the U.S.A.
Cascades is a great choice for a quiet hike in the beautiful poplar and birch forest. Two highlights for many people is the spectacular rapids along the Current River and the various geological formations in the area.
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