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Day 12: Wendake

Another perfect day to go for a long walk, with yet more great weather for encouragement. This time, we decided to take a rather longish bus ride out to the Huron-Wendat First Nation reserve, and the Kabir Kouba Falls or, in English, the river with a thousand bends—and believe me when I say, it feels like it too. While you can take a guided tour of Wendake itself, and learn more about the peoples and history of the First Nations tribe (something we had done on a previous trip), you can also take guided walks of the fall by lantern, in the evening. Something we would like to do on another visit. There is also the geology of the area which for me, someone who studied geology, is a dream place to hang out. Today, however, we weren’t here for the history, but to enjoy the scenery. If you do the whole walk be prepared to go down into the gorge and then yes, come back up—not once, but twice. This walk is done in …