The Gut Conservation Area

The Gut is a waterfall/gorge on the Crowe River, just down the Lasswade Road.  The fissure is about 230 metres long, and over 30 metres high. It is always worth a visit, both for reasons of natural beauty and for its unique geological features.    See:  Crowe Valley Conservation Authority

Reputedly, the strange rock formations are a basalt lava ridge.

Photo by Dan Delong  see: the Gut, Apsley Crowe River 

 Photos by GRA 2016