Have you ever wondered what the bottom of the ocean might look like? I have, and today I got to see it without having to use a snorkel or scuba gear. And I barely had to get my feet wet. I was able to do this at Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in New Brunswick. It’s the site of dozens of naturally created monolithic stone formations hewn out by the action of some of the highest tides on the ocean.
After walking down a set of stairs from the cliff above, you are on what was only a few hours earlier the sea floor, and you are free to explore. There is a small catch though, the tide that exposes this wonderful scenery will come back in and you better be back up the stairs when does!