The cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment, including those at Lion's Head, support one of the most ancient and least disturbed forest ecosystems in North America. Of particular interest are the ancient white cedars found along the cliff's edge. The park is also known for the presence of both nationally and provincially rare plant species. [Description from http://www.trailsandtamaracks.ca]
We took the hiking trail starting from the parking lot at McCurdy Drive, went to Lion's Head Point and made the loop back to the parking through Moore Street side trail . It took us approximately 3.5 hours but we stopped for a lot of picture breaks. The wind was very strong that day with some rain which was extremely felt on all the lookout points. You will notice the rain drops on the lens on some pictures. The hike was very scenic. I personally love the forest on Bruce Peninsula. It is very magical. A lot of bright green moss covering stones and tree trunks, tree roots and rocks diversifying the trails and beautiful lookouts over Georgian Bay, not too mention the turquoise waters. You will be able to say from the pictures how much I enjoyed this hike :).